Category Archives: HTML

HTML specific posts

Late Notice: I’m Presenting on Canvas Tomorrow at HTML5 Boston

I tweeted about it but I never added it my public calendar and… never posted about it here. Anyway, I’m going to present on canvas tomorrow night at HTML5 Boston. It will be great. It’s also at the Arsenal complex … Continue reading

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I’m Giving Away a Copy of My Book, Beginning HTML and CSS

Want a free copy of my book? Sure you do. This month, I’m giving away a copy of my book right here on the blog (on this very post.) The rules of this contest are simple, simply share an interesting/funny … Continue reading

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Beginning HTML and CSS is O-U-T

I’ve mentioned it on Google+ and Twitter. I should probably mention it here: Beginning HTML and CSS is out. It came out yesterday. Here’s proof: The book looks great. I’m really happy with it. Are there things I wish I … Continue reading

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How did the IE Conditional Classes Get on the HTML Element in HTML5 Boilerplate?

Since it comes up from time to time on Github (See #1288 and #1187) and I was involved in part of the discussion I thought I’d try to clarify the timeline and reasoning for the placement of the IE conditional … Continue reading

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Reuse and Recycle: A Quick Intro to Microdata

Microdata HTML5 defines a standardized scheme for marking up and retrieving metadata in the body of an HTML document. If you’ve worked with microformats like hCard and hCalendar then microdata will be relatively familiar. The biggest change is the move … Continue reading

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Reuse and Recycle: New Form Elements, Attributes and Input Types

This article is available in Serbian/Srpski In addition to the new semantic elements HTML5 provides several major enhancements to the way forms are handled. New elements, input types and attributes have been added to better map common web inputs. For … Continue reading

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Reuse and Recycle: A Brief Introduction to the New HTML5 Semantic Elements

This reuse and recycle series is going to be my attempt to reuse some of the material I’ve got laying around. I originally created this stuff for other projects. Since those projects won’t see the light of day, you guys … Continue reading

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I’m Going to Be Talking About HTML5 at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference, June 23

Here’s the description of the panel I’m on: HTML5 and its Impact on Enterprise Architecture (Location: Room 1) Although not yet ratified as an official standard, HTML5 support is showing up across a variety of different browsers. And for very … Continue reading

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A New Site I Worked on is Live: Tauck.com

Check it out: Tours and guided world travel adventures available at Tauck.com. Here’s a press release:

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A New Site I Worked On is Live (officially)

We finally launched the new Isobar North America site. It had been in a soft-launch phase for several weeks as we worked out the kinks. Now it’s official. I worked on it and, amazingly enough for an internal project I’m … Continue reading

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