The clinic is getting busy with more HTML5 ailments! This week, we’ll cover the separation of formatting and content, custom elements, using aside for social links, sections with no visible titles, and canvas in the DOM.
The clinic is getting busy with more HTML5 ailments. This week, we’ll cover questions about aside, blogging platforms, stylesheet links, id attribute validation and a mammoth semantic journey.
Here we are again with another round up of patient questions about HTML5. In this article, we’ll be covering a host of topics including AJAX, the eternal question of
section, how to markup multiple blocks of content in a sidebar and using
In traditional printed material like books and magazines, an image, chart, or code example would be accompanied by a caption. Before now, we didn’t have a way of semantically marking up this sort of content directly in our HTML, instead resorting to CSS class names. HTML5 hopes to solve that problem by introducing the
<figcaption> elements. Let’s explore!
We’re back with our first round up of your questions for 2010. In this article we’ll be covering a range of topics including sections and sectioning, the
img element, scaling video and a proposal for a
Since the HTML5 specification is not yet final, we can expect changes to improve on the good bits and cut out the bad bits.
aside — a misunderstood good bit — has now been tweaked based on feedback from the web development community. In this article, we’ll take a look at what’s changed.
HTML 5 offers a new element to mark additional information that can enhance an article but isn’t necessarily key to understanding it. However, in the interpretation of <aside> there lies confusion as to how it can be used, and with that there is demand for the Doctor to step up and clear the air. In […]