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o you learn HTML5?

Discussion in 'HTML & JavaScript' started by mteun, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. mteun

    mteun Newbie

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    The HTML 5 standard is available for some time, do you now use it in your web page design?
     
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    nopme88 Registered Member

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    Yep. Now HTML5 can also be run in IE 6-8 with the help of html5shiv.js, So I think it is good to go..
     
  3. tiyowan

    tiyowan Regular Member

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    Of course! I've been using HTML5 and CSS3 on my projects for quite some time now.
    These are fantastic web technologies that enable you to do so much more with less
    effort. Combined with the fact that there are numerous Javascript libraries that let you
    detect which features are supported in the user's browser, there is no reason at all
    why you shouldn't be using the new standards.

    I can't post links, but an excellent JS library for HTML5/CSS3 feature detection is Modernizr.
    Also, check out Twitter Bootstrap and HTML5 Boilerplate. It helps you get off the ground with
    new projects in minutes.

    Additionally, google for caniuse, they've got excellent charts that give you an overview of what
    features are supported in which browsers.

    Combine the tech with a responsive web design mindset that caters to tablets, smartphones, and
    what-have-you, and you're all set to go.

    If you've got any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

    - T.
     
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    SEO Sage Junior Member

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    HTML 5 and CSS3 are an absolute must. In technology, you HAVE to stay at the tip of the spear or you will simply fall by the side. Who would buy a website or design from someone who can't make a modern page? Who wants to visit a website that looks old and outdated? If you want your conversions to rise and not fall, or you need to sell designs, you need to be current...
     
  5. mteun

    mteun Newbie

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    Do the web page design software programs support HTML 5 ?
     
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    small buddy Regular Member

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    i had awesome experience with HTML5and CSS in my website designing..........great tools which are implemented with HTML5......its too sexy to use ....lol