HTML5 Semantics: New Elements to Replace Div

Written by Edward Korcheg, blog.templatemonster.com:: Perfect semantics was and will always be the Golden Fleece for web developers. HTML5 has come a long way to become a “messiah” that gives hope for a better future to HTML technology. This language has indisputably evolved unveiling 30 new elements that brought semantics to higher level. New tags were developed to help us …

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A Responsive Design Approach for Complex, Multicolumn Data Tables

Posted by Maggie on 12/29/2011 filamentgroup.com :: In responsive web design, one of the toughest design problems to solve is how format complex tabular data for display on smaller screens. In this post, we’ll explore an experimental approach to rendering a complex table, using progressive enhancement and responsive design methods, that displays comfortably at a wide range of screen sizes, …

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HTML5 Fundamentals

Grace Walker, IT Consultant, Walker Automated Services | ibm.com/developerworks/ :: Summary:  Get an overview of HTML5 and some of the new tags, and see how CSS3 enhances the look and feel of a web site. Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee pointed out that the critical Human Computer Interaction functions are of greater importance to a site visitor than any other aspect …

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CSS Selectors: Should You Optimize Them To Perform Better?

by Steven Bradley on Monday, October 3rd, 2011 in CSS :: For the last few weeks I’ve been looking at different css selector patterns. One thing I haven’t mention is the efficiency of the selectors, something Chad commented about on the very first post in the series. I had originally intended on adding a link or two about selector efficiency …

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