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Tech: HTML5 and CSS3 Usages Help

JohnInKansas 07 Feb 12 - 03:15 PM
Stilly River Sage 07 Feb 12 - 06:03 PM
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Subject: Tech: HTML5 and CSS3 Usages Help
From: JohnInKansas
Date: 07 Feb 12 - 03:15 PM

A recent eNews report touts the creation of a new website to help people who are attempting to use HTML5 and CSS3.

As all affected undoubtedly know, neither of these are actually "Standards" and it should be obvious that people are using a lot of questionable methods. According to the news:

How to Use HTML5 and CSS3 Safely
By Darryl K. Taft
February 7, 2012

With HTML5 and CSS all the rage with developers, a new site has emerged to advise them on the use of features in the programming languages -- HTML5 Please. Because HTML5 is a moving target and many of its elements are too new to safely use for cross-browser support, HTML Please is a welcome aid to developers who want to color inside the lines. The site categorizes its advice into three categories: use, use with caution and avoid. See what HTML5 Please says are completely safe for developers to use.


The link in the newsletter, HTML5 & CSS3, is to a Power Point/Flash presentation ill suited to conveying any real information; but there might be enough there to be worth a look for those inclined to incorporate experiments in their web pages. Hopefully, those in need of help may be able to find the real site to see if anyone there actually knows something useful. Note that the page loaded very slowly for me, and I had to "refresh" to get the load to complete.

As I don't do web design, I can't make much of an assessment of content, although it does sound like an idea that needs to be exploited.

Some additional information appears to be at New Site Gives Advice although that link was sort of buried in the fine print.

FYI - if interested.


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Subject: RE: Tech: HTML5 and CSS3 Usages Help
From: Stilly River Sage
Date: 07 Feb 12 - 06:03 PM

Thanks, John.


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