- Benlog » Real-world usage sometimes includes things you don’t like
If HTML5 fails to specify how to include RDFa markup, then the HTML Working Group has failed to capture real-world usage.
- Taming Advanced CSS Selectors | CSS | Smashing Magazine
Despite the fact that we are all well aware of its usefulness, CSS selectors are still not used to their full potential and we sometimes have the tendency to litter our HTML with excessive and unnecessary classes and ids, divs and spans.
- Adactio: Journal—The HTML5 Equilibrium
HTML5 is a strange character with what appears to be a split personality. Hardly surprising then that something so divided would appear to be so divisive.
- Plugins That Make WordPress Into A Company Intranet | StylizedWeb.com
With these assortments of plug-ins we can use our favorite open source software to improve our businesses, efficiency and offer more solutions to our clients.
- ALA 289: Redesign yourself – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report
The hardest redesigns are the ones you do for yourself.
- Text Rotation with CSS
Thankfully, many of the popular browsers of today support the ability to rotate HTML elements.
- Nice Web Type – Pure CSS text gradient (no PNGs)
Folks, grab a copy of Safari 4.
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