Category: Introduction to HTML 5

Just a course to introduce HTML 5 features. The course is provided as a series of short notes. In future, improvements more code examples and videos will be introduced.

Sep 15

HTML 5: New Features

Published: January 22nd, 2008, by W3C New features in HTML 5: Functions for embedding audio, video, graphics, client-side data storage, and interactive documents. New elements: <nav>, <header>, <footer>, and <figure> HTML 5 provides precise rules on how to handle the HTML elements, and how to recover from errors to provide interoperability.

Nov 23

[Video] Part 2 Introduction to HTML 5

Part 2 Introduction to HTML 5

Nov 23

[Video] Part-1: Overview on HTML 5

[Video] Part-1: Overview on HTML 5

Nov 23

Overview on HTML 5

Overview on HTML 5

Mar 02

HTML5

Humayun Kabir HTML5 HTML5 is the fifth revision and the latest evolution of the standard that defines HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language). It is used for structuring and presenting content for the World Wide Web (WWW) with new elements, attributes, and behaviors, and a larger set of technologies that allows more diverse. It is a …

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Aug 23

HTML 5 at a Glance

HTML 5 at a Glance [ More HTML & CSS ][ More HTML & CSS ] By Sayed Ahmed on 2012-10-03   HTML 5 at a Glance HTML5 Server-Sent Events Servers can send upda tes automatically even if the client did not ask for it. For example, Facebook updates and Twitter Updates The idea is …

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Nov 20

HTML5: Some Information

HTML5: Some Information The web-page starts with <!DOCTYPE html> Declare character set using <meta charset=”UTF-8″> in the head section HTML5 defined the way the browsers should parse the markups. HTML5 defines what a browser should do even in an error cases (invalid markup, invalid syntax). So a webpage will look the same in all HTML5 …

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Aug 08

HTML 5: New Features

Published: January 22nd, 2008, by W3C New features in HTML 5: Functions for embedding audio, video, graphics, client-side data storage, and interactive documents. New elements: , , , and HTML 5 provides precise rules on how to handle the HTML elements, and how to recover from errors to provide interoperability.

Mar 02

Sections and Outlines of an HTML5 Document

Just some notes In HTML 4, the sections are not precise with tags like div unless you assign some styles to them. For defining sections, you do not need div tags but header tags (h1..h6) can imply sections. HTML4 is very imprecise on what a section is and what is it’s scope. In HTML5, section …

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Dec 02

HTML 5 at a Glance

HTML 5 at a Glance HTML5 Server-Sent Events Servers can send updates automatically even if the client did not ask for it. For example, Facebook updates and Twitter Updates The idea is you have to use the EventSource object to point to the remote script sending updates. Then you have to act upon the events …

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