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28/09/2010

Using HTML5 elements in WordPress post content – Nicolas Gallagher – Blog & Ephemera

Here are two ways to include HTML5 elements in your WordPress post content without WordPress’ wpautop function wrapping them in p tags or littering your code with line breaks.

Using HTML5 elements in WordPress post content – Nicolas Gallagher – Blog & Ephemera

23/09/2010

HTML5: The Facts And The Myths – Smashing Magazine

You can’t escape it. Everyone’s talking about HTML5. it’s perhaps the most hyped technology since people started putting rounded corners on everything and using unnecessary gradients. In fact, a lot of what people call HTML5 is actually just old-fashioned DHTML or AJAX. Mixed in with all the information is a lot of misinformation, so here, JavaScript expert Remy Sharp and Opera’s Bruce Lawson look at some of the myths and sort the truth from the common misconceptions.

HTML5: The Facts And The Myths – Smashing Magazine

22/09/2010

Opera’s Developer Relations Team – Audio and Video in HTML5 – London Web Standards 20.09.2010

I tried to wow the crowd with a few insights into the capabilities offered by Audio and Video in HTML5. And here are the examples I showed…

Opera’s Developer Relations Team – Audio and Video in HTML5 – London Web Standards 20.09.2010

15/09/2010

Hardboiled Web Design by Andy Clarke

Your bookshelves may already be buckling under the weight of books about HTML and CSS. Do you really need another one? Hardboiled Web Design is different. It’s for people who want to understand why, when and how to use the latest HTML5 and CSS3 technologies today. Are you ready to get hardboiled?

Hardboiled Web Design by Andy Clarke

14/09/2010

HTML5 video player

We are trying to help you deciding which HTML5 video-based player to choose for your web project. This site will hopefully be updated regularly. Feedback is appreciated via Twitter (Hashtag: #videosws).

HTML5 video player

10/09/2010

The Official Guide to HTML5 Boilerplate | Nettuts+

The Official Guide to HTML5 Boilerplate

The Official Guide to HTML5 Boilerplate | Nettuts+

31/08/2010

The Wilderness Downtown

An interactive film by Chris Milk Featuring “We Used To Wait” Built in HTML5

The Wilderness Downtown

26/08/2010

HTML5Rocks – Home

This site, the HTML5 Playground, Studio, and Presentation slides are all open source projects. Tweak the code or contribute new guides!

HTML5Rocks – Home

26/08/2010

HTML5 presentation

This presentation is an HTML5 website

HTML5 presentation

24/08/2010

HTML5 version of YouTube launches for mobiles | Technology | guardian.co.uk

Mobile users in the UK, Europe and Middle East can now access an HTML5 version of Google’s YouTube video site, speeding up access for those accessing it via iPhones, Android or other mobile devices with browsers able to render HTML5 video content.

HTML5 version of YouTube launches for mobiles | Technology | guardian.co.uk

23/08/2010

London HTML5 User Group: HTML5 and CSS3 101

I was honoured to be invited to talk about HTML5, CSS 3 and how they’re not the same thing for the London HTML5 Users Group. Here are demos and resources from the presentation:

London HTML5 User Group: HTML5 and CSS3 101

21/08/2010

HTML5 Boilerplate – A rock-solid default for HTML5 awesome.

HTML5 Boilerplate is the professional badass’s base HTML/CSS/JS template for a fast, robust and future-proof site.

HTML5 Boilerplate – A rock-solid default for HTML5 awesome.

21/08/2010

An implausibly illustrated introduction to HTML5 Web Workers

illustrated intro to HTML5 web workers

An implausibly illustrated introduction to HTML5 Web Workers

18/08/2010

Extending HTML5 — Microformats | HTML5 Doctor

While HTML5 has a bunch of semantic elements, including new ones like

and
11/08/2010

HTML5 Reset

Like a lot of developers, we start every HTML project with the same set of HTML and CSS files. We’ve been using these files for a long time and have progressively added bits and pieces to them as our own personal best practices have evolved.

HTML5 Reset

11/08/2010

HTML5, CSS3 default templates – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report

Free for use in all web projects, professional or personal, HTML5 Reset by Monkey Do! is a set of HTML5 and CSS templates that jumpstart web development by removing the styling native to each browser, establishing basic HTML structures (title, header, footer, etc.), clearing floats, correcting for IE problems, and more.

HTML5, CSS3 default templates – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report

02/08/2010

Time Zones

never warp your brain with time zone math again

Time Zones

29/07/2010

Building a custom HTML5 video player with CSS3 and jQuery – Opera Developer Community

The HTML5

Building a custom HTML5 video player with CSS3 and jQuery – Opera Developer Community

22/07/2010

HTML5 Video

HTML5 is a set of web standards being developed by the “Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group” The HTML5 standard includes many new features for more dynamic web applications and interfaces. One such component being specified and implemented is the

HTML5 Video

19/07/2010

Soukie’s Place » Degradable HTML5 audio and video Plugin

Degradable HTML5 audio and video Plugin

Soukie’s Place » Degradable HTML5 audio and video Plugin

04/06/2010

Dive Into HTML5

Dive Into HTML5 seeks to elaborate on a hand-picked Selection of features from the HTML5 specification and other fine Standards.

Dive Into HTML5

02/06/2010

Adactio: Journal—Awe Dee Oh

Browsers that understand the video element will use that while less capable browsers will play the Flash movie in the object element (and because of the way the object element works, you can put yet another layer of fallback content between the opening and closing tags).

Adactio: Journal—Awe Dee Oh

30/05/2010

A List Apart: Articles: Semantics in HTML 5

I’m going to make a bold prediction. Long after you and I are gone, HTML will still be around. Not just in billions of archived pages from our era, but as a living, breathing entity. Too much effort, energy, and investment has gone into developing the web’s tools, protocols, and platforms for it to be abandoned lightly, if indeed at all.

A List Apart: Articles: Semantics in HTML 5

30/05/2010

Oli.jp (@boblet)

writing & such by Oli Studholme — on HTML5

Oli.jp (@boblet)

29/05/2010

Smokescreen |

Flash … without the plugin

Smokescreen |

20/05/2010

The WebM Project

e WebM project is dedicated to developing a high-quality, open video format for the web that is freely available to everyone.

The WebM Project

18/05/2010

FindMeByIP

Web Designer’s Checklist, Web Designers’ Browser Support Checklist : : what browser am I using, how modern is my web browser, and what’s my IP address?

FindMeByIP

11/05/2010

JeffCroft.com: On the Android Flash demo at FlashCamp Seattle

For a web standards-oriented designer/developer like myself, it was cool to see how the other half lives and what drives them. There are a lot of good and talented people in the Flash community, and it was awesome to get to meet some of them.

JeffCroft.com: On the Android Flash demo at FlashCamp Seattle

11/05/2010

HTML5 Unleashed: Tips, Tricks and Techniques | W3Avenue

The whole purpose of this article is to help you get started with some basic guidelines and easy to follow code templates. If you are familiar with the basics and want to take things to the next level, you will also find several useful resources providing more tips, tricks and techniques.

HTML5 Unleashed: Tips, Tricks and Techniques | W3Avenue

02/05/2010

Understand The Web · Ben Ward

Perceptions of the web is changing. People are advocating that we treat the web like another application framework. An open, cross-platform, multi-device rival to Flash and Cocoa and everything else. I’m all for making the web richer, and exposing new functionality, but I value what makes the web weblike much, much more.

Understand The Web · Ben Ward

14/03/2010

When can I use…

Compatibility tables for features in HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies

When can I use…

14/03/2010

Mr.doob’s blog | Harmony

This is the result of all the weekend playing with various drawing algorithms and . The whole thing is quite modular so I can keep adding more brush styles whenever I get inspired.

Mr.doob’s blog | Harmony

03/02/2010

Ahem – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report

The first part of my post of 1 February was not an attack on Flash. It described a way of working with Flash that also supports users who don’t have access to Flash. I’ve followed and advocated that approach for 10 years. It has nothing to do with Apple’s recent decisions and everything to do with making content available to people and search engines.

Ahem – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report

27/01/2010

code · Video for Everybody!

Video for Everybody is very simply a chunk of HTML code that embeds a video into a website using the HTML5

code · Video for Everybody!

19/11/2009

Glossary | HTML5 Doctor

We wanted to provide a comprehensive references of elements that are new or have been redefined in HTML5, so we’ve created a glossary. We’ll be adding to this in the coming weeks to make it more comprehensive.

Glossary | HTML5 Doctor

13/10/2009

Carsonified » The Future of HTML 5

The HTML 5 spec was originally called “Web Applications 1.0″. Most of the attention has been on the new markup elements, but in his talk he takes a further look at the applications side of the spe

Carsonified » The Future of HTML 5

19/09/2009

R&D TV Episode 2

This is a proof of concept demonstration of HTML pluginless Video and Audio playback, showing AV content synchronised to chapters, allowing direct access to specific sections of the show.

R&D TV Episode 2