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PSD to HTML5 in Texas

We would like to inform that now we are working with design agency and  some of the best freelance designers in Texas. Since our marketing office is located in Texas we find very easy to communicate with them (1)    Professional … Continue reading

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HTML5 vs APPS

HTML5 is a new technology that allows developers to build rich web-based apps that run on any device via a standard web browser. Many think it will save the web, rendering native platform-dependent apps obsolete. So, which will win? Native … Continue reading

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The DOCTYPE of an XHTML page is changed to an HTML5 DOCTYPE

Following code shows the old style html and same code is converted in to HTML5 style The original DOCTYPE The new HTML5 DOCTYPE cialis online discount

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Moving to HTML5

The HTML5 and XHTML5 DOCTYPES HTML 4/XHTML have several DOCTYPES, but HTML5/XHTML5 have only one DOCTYPE each, as follows: HTML5: XHTML5: <!DOCTYPE html> ■ Note The simpler HTML5 DOCTYPE can be used for a page containing XHTML markup and it … Continue reading

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W3C Announce HTML5 2014 Delivery Plan

The W3C has a new plan: HTML5.0 will reach Recommendation status by the end of 2014. All features which are stable and implemented in multiple browsers will be finalized and included within the specification. New and unstable features will be … Continue reading

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How to Build a CSS3 Sliding Menu for your PSD to HTML5 conversion

I found good tutorial for beginers if you like to build CSS3 sliding menu. This is excellent tutorial from the site point team. In this article, they are going to build a slide-out menu using CSS alone. If you’re using … Continue reading

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Introducing iOS Boilerplate A base template for iOS apps

What is it? This project is inspired on HTML5 boilerplate. It is intended to provide a base of code to start with It is not intended to be a framework It is intended to be modified and extended by the … Continue reading

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HTML5 Web Camp Videos Now Online

Back in November, we were able to provide live streaming video for the Microsoft HTML5 Web Camp held in Mountain View, California. For those who missed the live action – and those who want to revisit some of the sessions. … Continue reading

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HTML5 Canvas Cheat Sheet

Canvas element Attributes Name Type Default width unsigned long 300 height unsigned long 150 Methods Return Name string toDataURL(   [Optional] string type,   [Variadic] any args) Object getContext( string contextId) 2D Context Attributes Name Type canvas HTMLCanvasObject [readonly] Methods … Continue reading

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