Friday, May 06, 2011

HTML5 Compendium - Think, "What HTML5 features do the top browsers support" Compendium

MediaLoot - HTML5 Compendium

"Welcome to the MediaLoot HTML5 compendium! The purpose of this page is to be a consistently updated reference for web designers and developers who want to start using the new features of HTML5.

Let’s face it, it’s difficult to keep up with all the new changes to the language, and there’s a lot of pressure for designers to start using HTML5 and CSS3 too — both of which can be overwhelming at first.

The W3C specs for HTML5 and CSS3 are also incredibly long and practically unreadable, not to mention unfinished - so it’s easy to see why a lot of designers choose to hold off on taking the effort to learn the new languages, however it’s really not that hard to start using both languages today, there doesn’t need to be a lot of pressure either because the beauty of adopting early is that you can work your way into it slowly and the only thing you actually need to know if you’re already using XHTML/HTML4 and CSS2 is what’s new and how can it benefit you.




Thought this an interesting resource for now and hopefully into the future.

(via {quicklycode} - HTML5 Compendium)


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HTML 4 to 5 Cheat sheet, see what's new and removed for Tags and Attributes.
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HTML5 Cheat sheet - "HTML5 Peeks, Pokes and Pointers"

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