HTML5 brings some changes in how browsers and validators treat older features. Here’s a discussion of some things you might want to know about these “obsolete” elements and attributes.
Since the come out of CSS3 the life of developers become easy. In this post we have collected some useful and freash CSS3 tutorials for developers and designer to increase there skills.
I hope you have heard a little about CSS3 and HTML5. And I’m sure you’ve used at least one of the cool features they offer. But now it is time to use them at their full (or almost it) power.
This article presents 30 useful and cutting edge CSS3 text effect and web typography tutorials that will take your designs to the next level.
The vast majority of us web designers have been using css conditional statements to target Internet Explorer for a number of years now. Now best practice has changed, let Mathias explain.
WordCamp Portsmouth UK is coming up in mid-July, and at the end of this week the early bird price ends (35£, 10£ cheaper than the regular price). Portsmouth is a two day conference with three tracks, which follow the typical WordCamp form: a general/intermediate track, a beginner’s track, and an advanced/developer track. You can find the [...]
Click here to view the embedded video. Dre Armeda was interviewed by the folks at WatchDotTV while he was attending WordCamp Orange County 2011. Armeda is also one of the fleet of organizers working on making WordCamp San Diego 2011 awesome. You just finished reading Dre Armeda interviewed by Watch.tv at WordCamp Orange County 2011 [...]
bbPress project lead John James Jacoby announced beta 2 of the bbPress plugin this afternoon. This comes just six days after the first beta release, and shows the development has picked up speed and is moving right along. The update brings GlotPress integration, improves breadcrumbs and template flexibility, and fixes a number of general bugs [...]