Want to make responsive html5 websites Tutorial 1 of 10
Want to make responsive HTML5 websites Tutorial 1 of 10 in 10 days? Let’s do it. I will challenge myself an throw a few ideas to begin.
What’s HTML5? Follow up: Want to make a responsive html5 website? Tutorial 1 of 10
HTML5 will be the new standard for HTML. To develop a responsive website, you will need to learn some basic html5 markup to start coding.
HTML5 is still a work in progress, a lot of html5 standards are being written at this time. However, the major browsers support many of the new HTML5 elements and APIs. If you can’t wait to see the markup, check out a basic html5 template and come back to continue reading this post.
A group of WWW organizations established some rules for HTML5:
- Reduce the need for external plugins (like Flash)
- Better error handling
- More markup to replace scripting (well, at least for the basic stuff…)
- HTML5 should be device independent
- The development process should be visible to the public
The doctype declaration was drastically reduced to one short tag line.
HTML5 – New Features
Here you have some of the most interesting new features in HTML5:
element for 2D drawing
elements for media playback
- Support for local storage: Chrome, Safari and Firefox:5MB; IE:10MB
- New content-specific elements, like
- New form controls, like calendar, date, time, email, url, search: lots of improvement here!
Ok, Are you ready to begin? Creating a responsive html5 website won’t take 2 weeks. If you follow me during 10 days, we can make a basic responsive html5 website and your organization the opportunity to reach a broader audience who is out there waiting for you.
We will work with traditional “standard hand-coding and will also touch bais on a couple of mobile frameworks that can saved us time or help out when coding is not much our second language. Responsive html5 websites are the future of the internet. What is holding you back?
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