Tag Archive | HTML

Content creation and moving in a contantly changing environment

This is post is entirely because I found some excellent text, directly from the W3, that sums up the issues I had with staying afloat in a competitive market (selling “skillz”) with a codebase that not so much changed as rotated every few months. I sympathise with anyone mad enough to create a Facebook app’…

From https://www.w3.org/wiki/Graceful_degradation_versus_progressive_enhancement:

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256 Shades of Grey

Intriguing:

RT @TechCrunch 256 Shades Of Grey http://t.co/jGG5MKdlBQ

HTML5 Now

RT @Inspirationf: The current state of HTML5 [INFOGRAPHIC] http://ow.ly/9INn2

The above caught my eye earlier today; and although it has done the round of the inta-web, it is more than just-quite-pretty…

HTML Tags and REL Attributes You Really Should Know

“via Net tuts+ 10 Rare HTML Tags You Really Should Know is a timely reminder (especially since IE 8 is just out), of some basic HTML markup that you really should know.”

Marvellous, if old output from Ian Irving.

I thought I’d add some similar stuff as a footer; my favourite’s at the top! Read More…