HTML5 is a language for structuring and presenting content for the World Wide Web, a core technology of the Internet. It is the latest revision of the HTML standard and currently remains under development.

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Truly cross-browser/cross-platform font-rendering web embedded fonts? Does it all come to images? [closed]

I've spent eons diving into @font-face issues for RTL languages, font-rendering on different browsers, PDF support, and so on. My objective is to have CSS-compatible Arabic (a RTL language) text on ...
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Cross-platform HIG. What do you use for html5 apps?

When designing an Andriod or an iOS app, it is clear that you should follow their respective Human Interface Guidelines (HIGs). But what do you do when designing a Html5 app? What cross platform ...
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Does the content of the HTML5 placeholder attribute affect usability?

When using the placeholder attribute in HTML5 has there been any research into how the content of the placeholder affects the usability of the form? I'm thinking specifically about using the ...
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What solutions are there for a date picker on a responsive website? [closed]

We're working on a website that is responsive. So my question is: What about datepickers. If we choose normal datepickers Jquery Mobile date pickers don't look good on the full blow template. And ...
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HTML5 form element implementation inconsistency: chalk it up to progressive enhancement?

I'm writing a small task tracking webapp for intranet use by about 20 people of varying technical skill (from clerical to developer). I was hoping to be able to rely almost entirely on HTML5 form ...
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Standards for HTML access keys

Wanted to see if anyone has done some research on standard HTML access key. I have notices after doing some research many sites including Apple have incorporated the accesskey="s" on its search box. I ...
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Better way to scroll through discrete horizontal list

As a javascript developer, the simplest way to implement sliding is to just put all items in a row and animate by changing a css property. Are there any reasons to do it this way besides the ...
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Should a new project be started in Flash? [closed]

I am looking for opinions with a little reason behind them for this question. I am starting a new project for work that will need to be supported (by me) for the next 3 years. It is a suitable ...
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Is there any HTML5 or Javascript based Wireframing tool which can work on iPad? [closed]

I want to keep my ipad with me to show my ideas to client because laptop is heavy and I think iPad can do this. Is there any HTML5 or Javascript based Wireframing tool which can work on iPad and can ...
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SVG vs CSS for Modern Web User Interfaces?

If you see flash and wpf/silverlight they both rely heavily on vectors for creating their user interfaces. That's because vectors are very easy to manipulate and animate. I'm wondering if SVG has a ...
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Javascript and 508

I was wondering if someone has a article of common practices a web developer should practice while using Javascript on a web page, keeping in mind the web page should be 508 compliant. I saw some ...
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Is The HTML5 Search Form Useful In Terms of Usability

HTML5 (the new version of html) has a number of new features, and one of those features is that there is a new type of input that is basically the same as the normal input field (like the one you use ...
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Visually indicating that a website supports drag and drop?

I'm building a system that requires file-uploading, and I'm wondering how I can indicate that the browser windows supports drag and drop. Since the feature is new to modern browsers, there's no user ...