By Christopher Murphy
Starting HTML5 and CSS3 is your creation to the recent positive factors and parts of HTML5—all the leaner, purifier, and extra effective code you’ve was hoping for is offered now with HTML5, in addition to a few new instruments that might let you create extra significant and richer content material. for everybody interested in website design, this publication additionally introduces the hot structural integrity and styling flexibility of CSS 3—which potential better-looking pages and smarter content material on your web site tasks. For all forward-looking internet pros who are looking to commence having fun with and deploying the hot HTML5 and CSS3 positive aspects instantaneously, this booklet will give you an in-depth examine the recent capabilities—including audio and video—that are new to internet criteria. You’ll know about the recent HTML5 structural sections, plus HTML5 and CSS3 layouts. You’ll additionally notice why a few humans imagine HTML5 goes to be a Flash killer, in the event you see find out how to create transitions and animations with those new applied sciences. So get forward on your net improvement in the course of the functional, step by step ways provided to you in starting HTML5 and CSS3. What you’ll examine state of the art net improvement options with HTML5 and CSS3 the hot positive factors of HTML5 and the way to paintings with HTML5 and CSS3 the hot net criteria being applied by way of the entire significant internet browsers the way to paintings with the recent HTML5 structural sections easy methods to create HTML5 and CSS3 layouts find out how to create transitions and animations with no utilizing Flash New internet typography ideas a brand new imaginative and prescient of net improvement with HTML5 and CSS3 Who this e-book is for This e-book is for net builders and someone fascinated with website design who desires to include the recent net criteria and state-of-the-art gains of HTML5 and CSS3. With a pragmatic, available technique, this ebook is for an individual who desires to push their web pages forwards with the most recent applied sciences. desk of Contents HTML5: Now, no longer 2022 Your First Plunge Into HTML5 New Structural components A Richer method of content material Markup wealthy Media Paving the way in which for net functions CSS3—Here and Now preserving Your Markup slender utilizing CSS3 Selectors A format for each get together bettering net Typography placing CSS3 homes to paintings Transforms, Transitions, and Animation the way forward for CSS
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Until now, whether your flavor of choice has been XHTML 1 Strict or HTML 4 Strict (or any other of the multitude available), the DOCTYPE has been an all-but-unintelligible string of characters. dtd"> There is no need for the DOCTYPE to be this complicated and unmemorable. mp/quirks-mode ). When writing the HTML5 spec, the WHATWG recognized this and changed the DOCTYPE to the shortest possible sequence of characters that constitute a valid DOCTYPE. DOCTYPE html> That’s it. Simpler and, dare we say it, even memorable.
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