With HTML5, you can set any of your Web page text elements to be editable by users. Using the “contenteditable” attribute, you can instruct the browser to allow users to insert, delete and alter the text your page contains as they view it. There are many possible uses for this technique, such as allowing users to customize the way your pages appear to them each time they visit. In this tutorial, we will run through the basics of letting users edit your text content, including saving their edits for future reference using the HTML5 storage model.
As always, my collection of recently discovered links, tools, resources and libraries keeps growing. To archive these for my own purposes, and to share them in bulk, here is a list of CSS, HTML, and related tools that might be of interest to readers.
In web development, we have different types of boilerplates for different technologies. Thanks to all the people behind all these boilerplates. They have put all the best practises, good examples, useful tips all in one place. Ultimately, this can save heaps of your development times. For example, HTML5 boilerplate, it doesn't just comes with HTML structure, it also comes with folder setup. Another example, Email Boilerplate. Email boilerplate contains all the fixes, tips and tricks to avoid email client inconsistencies. If you go through it carefully, you will see a lot of useful information that one has took many years of experience to develop.
Recently, we took a look at a really solid framework from the good folks at Twitter called Bootstrap. This toolkit is a swiss army knife of utilities and includes both a functional layout grid and enough pre-styled elements to get a great jumpstart on any project.
Today we’re going to look at a very similar tool from Joshua Gatcke called HTML KickStart. This framework is simply overflowing with great stuff that will enable you to build web page prototypes at light speed. Let’s jump in and build a page with it to see what we think.
Adaptive images are the next unsolved mystery of Responsive Web Design. Do you send large high-res images suitable for retina dispays, which are scaled down on smaller, lower res devices and which therefore waste bandwidth? Or do you send low-res images, whch look grotty when scaled up to large screens or high-res displays? Authors have had to rely on elaborate hacks to send different content images (that is in HTML rather than CSS background images) to different types of devices.
In this exclusive excerpt from his HTML5 Mobile Development Cookbook web developer Shi Chuan, co-creator of the HTML5 Boilerplate, explains how to build pages with semantic markup, use dynamic loading, make buttons with instant response and more...
HTML5 and CSS3 are still working drafts; the goal of this tutorial is to show what we can do with those technologies. This form has some compatibility issues with old browsers, so if you want to use it in production, do so at your own risks.
5 Incredibly Useful Tools Built Into Twitter Bootstrap on Design Shack.
Bootstrap est une boite à outils (un "toolkit") disponible pour nous, développeurs, complètement gratuite et créée par... Twitter.com. Selon Twitter, Bootstrap a été conçu pour le démarrage du développement d'applications web ("webapps") et sites.
Sharing your scoops to your social media accounts is a must to distribute your curated content. Not only will it drive traffic and leads through your content, but it will help show your expertise with your followers.
How to integrate my topics' content to my website?
Integrating your curated content to your website or blog will allow you to increase your website visitors’ engagement, boost SEO and acquire new visitors. By redirecting your social media traffic to your website, Scoop.it will also help you generate more qualified traffic and leads from your curation work.
Distributing your curated content through a newsletter is a great way to nurture and engage your email subscribers will developing your traffic and visibility.
Creating engaging newsletters with your curated content is really easy.