With the official release of the fianlized HTML5 standard, (HTML5 is a W3C recommendation) HTML4 finally has a followup. HTML 4 dates from 1997 (source) but was unofficially replaced by many sites with XHTML. Now that HTML5 is an official standard, please join me in supporting it Interesting articles related: HTML5 differences from HTML4 […]
Inkscape is an open source vector graphics editor with an intuitive user interface that has enough depth to make quality graphic designs with an attractive layout comparable to what you would make using Illustrator or CorelDraw. But choosing the right tool and the best approach to creating the desired effect can be challenging. Inkscape 0.48 […]
Yesterday a WordPress patch improved HTML 5 compatibility by adding the following tags to the TinyMCE editor: noscript, embed menu, samp, header, footer, article, section, hgroup, nac, aside, details, summary, audio, canvas, command, datalist, figcaption, figure, keygen, mark, meter, output, progress, source, time, video, wbr It also added some extra HTML colours and contains some […]
The Internet Explorer 9 release candidate – released several days ago – supports the following functions: CSS3 2D transforms HTML5 Geolocation API WebM codec This means that all browsers (internet explorer, Mozilla Firefox, google chrome, apple safari and opera) now all support the WebM video codec.