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HTMLBook
Let’s write books in HTML! HTMLBook is an open, XHTML5-based standard for the authoring and production of both print and digital books. HTMLBook is built on the following premises:

Books are timeless. The basic “book” structure has persisted for hundreds of years and will continue to persist for our lifetimes, be it in digital or print form.
HTML is the markup language of the world for the foreseeable future.
Single-source document processing will remain valuable for the foreseeable future.
semantics  ebooks  html5  epub  css  naming-conventions  reference 
august 2018 by abberdab
Responsive images with srcset and sizes attributes vs picture element – Learnedia
This article is a tutorial to help you understand these underused or misused HTML <img> tag attributes for responsive images. I will also talk about picture vs srcset and when to use each technique.
responsive-images  responsive-design  picture-element  srcset  sizes  web  images  performance  mobile  picture  html  html5  bandwidth  crossbrowser  firefox  chrome  progressive-enhancement 
october 2017 by abberdab
WAI-ARIA Authoring Practices 1.1
The mother of all lists of accessible web patterns. Awesome.
a11y  accessibility  reference  patterns  development  components  html5  semantics  semanticweb 
july 2017 by abberdab
HTML5 Essentials and Good Practices | Tips
HTML5, together with CSS3 and responsive design are the new buzz around web technologies these days. This article will help you get started using HTML5 on your
html5  basics 
october 2014 by abberdab
Creating a Slider Control with the HTML5 Range Input | Developer Drive
In this tutorial we will create a basic HTML5 range input slider to resize an image, with a JavaScript function updating elements in the page as the user alters the range. At the moment, Internet Explorer and Firefox do not support the range input, but the WebKit (Safari and Chrome) and Opera browsers do.
html5  slider  input  forms 
march 2013 by abberdab
Jose Jesus Perez Aguinaga : One line browser notepad
Neat post + comment thread about using your browser as an on-the-fly text editor.
browser  html5  tips  tricks  text-editor 
february 2013 by abberdab

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