The development of a web design and need a function that should be developed to make various kinds of programming applications should be used on various platforms. One of the web application programmers are widely used is the HTML 5, where with this application you can create a wide range of variations, such as web design, web design features, flash, JQUERY, and some supporters of other web applications. Ease of application integration with HTML 5 makes similar application as one of program options for those who want to try a variety of features in it. There are so many tutorials and tips that you can make a guide to become familiar with HTML applications.
In this tutorial you will be making a beautiful HTML5 portfolio powered by jQuery and the Quicksand plugin. You can use it to showcase your latest work and it is fully customizable, so potentially you could expand it to do much more.
On MediaLoot was posted a tutorial on designing a clean homepage template using Adobe Fireworks, the result was a sleek web page concept that in this tutorial we will now going to imagine that we have shown to our client, and they have just given the go ahead to start coding it up into HTML and CSS!
In this tutorial we’ll create a fullscreen photo slideshow to illustrate a New York picture series. We will add sounds with the HTML5 audio element in order to give life to the gallery and try to recreate the ambient of this vibrant city.
In this tutorial you will learn how to create HTML5 web template with combination with CSS3 and jQuery. Current template will contain header area (with logo and navigation menu), promo area (Author will use jQuery Nivo Slider), center area with some content, bottom area (which you can use for footer links as example), and footer itself.
In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to create a swanky HTML5 AJAX powered contact form. The form will use some of the new HTML5 input elements and attributes, and will be validated using the browser’s built-in form validation.
HTML5 is certainly one of the latest buzzwords in the web community. It isn’t something new anymore and we’ve already seen how cool it is. Features like simplified doctype, more semantic markup, input types and placeholders are just some of the reasons you’d like to use HTML5. In this tutorial we’ll create a HTML5 website template using the full power of CSS3.
Author want to continue and talk about content models in html5, specifically the new outline algorithm for creating hierarchy. Unfortunately some of what we’ll look at below isn’t yet supported by browsers. Some of it will be, but not all. Still author think what’s here is important to understand with an eye toward the future.
In Chapter 3 of his book, Foundation HTML5 Canvas, Rob Hawkes explains how to use the canvas element, draw basic shapes and text, change the colour, erase the canvas and how to make it fill the browser window
One of the most overlooked new features of HTML5 is Microdata. Microdata allows us to more specifically categorize and label our web content in a machine-readable way. Why this is important is because it may positively affect your search results.
HTML5, in conjunction with CSS3, will be a major alteration of how web pages are built once it is fully implemented. While the updated or added features in HTML5 and CSS3 are too numerous to list, some of the things many people are excited about.
Follow this step by step walkthrough of the making of a sleek website design for an eyewear brand in HTML5 and CSS3. We’ll build the HTML structure with the latest elements then style up the appearance of the site with CSS3 affects to match the original Photoshop concept with minimal use of background images.
Deep Blue Sky built a free web app to help our fellow web designers/developers find out the current state of browser support for HTML5/CSS3.
The HTML5 specification has added quite a few interesting and useful tags for structuring your markup. For a majority of everyday uses, these tags will replace many of our typical div entries from our code. So let’s dig in.
Author is sure that who chooses to work as web designer makes a choice of heart, a choice of love. He/she decides to bet any given day on his creativity and his ability of producing an idea and of making it tangible, visible and perceptible for all.
You’ve probably heard a lot about the new HTML5 canvas element. As the name implies, this is a special element that allows us to create and modify graphics. In addition, we can also use it like any other element on the page – apply jQuery animations on it, listen for events and integrate it deeply into our layouts.
HTML 5 is a breakthrough which will improve the sites from design view point, seo etc. It when combined with css3 can make amazing web sites. We will make a very very Simple web page with HTML 5 and styling with CSS 3. This is how the final result will look like below.
HTML5 is growing up faster than anyone could have imagined. Powerful and professional solutions are already being developed…even in the gaming world! In this tutorial, you’ll make your first game using Box2D and HTML5′s canvas tag.
Over the past couple years or so there has been a dramatic rise in the number of HTML5 games around on the Web, thanks in no small part to the HTML5 gaming engines that are making their development much easier.
In this tutorial, author is going to show you how to build a simple space-based asteroids game using the Impact game engine, one of the more robust engines out at the moment.
A hands-on tutorial demonstrating a few practical techniques for designing cross-browser, standards-compliant functional Search Forms with HTML5 and CSS3 (and a little bit of jQuery).
HTML5’s popularity is growing. With Adobe’s new Creative Suite 5.5, the owner of Flash has embraced HTML5, which lets developers create the same apps more or less simultaneously for the full range of mobile devices. To keep you at the top of your HTML5 game, here is a list of HTML5 tutorials and cheat sheets.
This tutorial serves as a hands-on introduction to HTML5 and CSS3. It provides information about the functionality and syntax for many of the new elements and APIs that HTML5 has to offer, as well as the new selectors, effects, and features that CSS3 brings to the table. Finally, it will show you how to develop a sample Web page that harnesses many of these new features. By the time you have finished this tutorial, you will be ready to build Web sites or applications of your own that are powered by HTML5 and CSS3.
You’ve been depressed for like a year now.. All the hardcore Objective-C developers have been having a hay-day writing apps for the iPhone. You might have even tried reading a tutorial or two about developing for the iPhone, but its C—or a form of it—and it’s really hard to learn.
Some time ago author was asked in an interview whether he preferred HTML or CSS. Author chose HTML. It’s the typography of data; the inflection in our voices; the grid of meaning upon which presentation can flourish. Author find it beautiful when done well, and that’s why watching HTML 5 unfold with new and refined elements is fascinating to him.
Follow this step by step process to create your own stylish contact form completely out of HTML5 and CSS3. We’ll be using a couple of the handy new features in HTML5 to add cool functionality to our form, while making use of cool CSS3 properties to recreate our Photoshop concept purely in code.
Among all cool new features introduced by HTML5, the possibility of caching web pages for offline use is definitely one of my favorites. Today, author is glad to show you how you can create a page that will be available for offline browsing.
The “mobile” battlefield is still uncharted waters for a large number of developers. Many folks have existing legacy sites that neglect mobile users altogether. Instead, the site was designed primarily for desktop browsing and degrades poorly in mobile browsers. This site (html5rocks.com) is no exception. At launch, we put little effort into a mobile version of the site.
Christopher Schmitt, author of CSS Cookbook and co-founder of Environments for Humans, explains how to use the HTML5 GeoLocation jQuery Plugin
Author created application that creates Posticks notes, or sticky notes, in the browsers and save it in the localStorage of the browser. If you want to know what author is talking about you can visit the demo. In addition, author would like to recommend reading about the following topics: HTML5, CSS3, contenteditable, and localStorage.
HTML5 has many new elements and features. One of these is block links — we have the ability to wrap a link around block level elements. Here we take a look at the impact that this can have on accessibility.
A tutorial covering the creation of hyperlinks using the anchor tag in HTML5
Learn how to build a simple and semantic one-page template with HTML5. In this tutorial, we’re going to build a one-page template using some of the next-generation techniques from HTML5.
This post goes through the entire process of designing and writing the front-end code for a modern, minimal blog. The project uses a number of cool technologies including HTML5, CSS3, @font-face and jQuery. The entire project is available as a zip download.
This post will dive deeper into some of the major element updates that the specification brings to the table, specifically those that can be implemented today.
With HTML5 however, some of this pain has been taken away by the introduction of the new form types we can use. Any browser that does not support these new types will just revert to ones they do support. So in this tutorial we will explore what is new, what is supported and what they can do.
In today’s world where attention spans are less and having your photos shown in a quick slide-show is better as some people might not want to look at all the photos without a preview of sorts.
The HTML5 canvas can be used to create a lot of cool things, like games, video effects, graphs and more. It can also be used to produce some slightly less complex effects, like manipulating images on the page. In this post we will look at how to use the canvas tag and clipping to create images that aren’t so rectangular.