It’s called, “The Geocities-izer,” and it can make any webpage look like it was made by a 13 year-old in 1996.
You know, back when websites were built “the old fashioned way” with Notepad? When counters were cool and Netscape was the best browser?
Here are what some websites look like when Geocitified:
Cut the Rope is a game app for your iPhone, iPad and Android phone or tablet, but you can also play it online — for free!
It falls under the class of Angry Birds with its cute cartoon look and feel, and centers around motion physics and cause-and-effect. Like other casual games of this nature, it’s stupidly addicting.
The coolest aspect of Cute the Rope is the development, since the web browser version of the game is an authentic translation of the mobile apps, showcasing some of the best of what HTML5 has to offer: canvas-rendered graphics, browser-based audio and video, CSS3 styling and the personality of WOFF fonts.
So, you want to use some HTML5, but you don’t know if it’s “safe?”
HTML5 Please will help you out!
You can look up HTML5 and CSS3 features, see if they are ready to use and how to to use them. There are even some fallback options for features that aren’t fully supported, yet.
Less Framework 4 is an adaptive CSS grid system that includes four layouts and three sets of typography presents, all on one, single grid.
The four layouts include:
I love these!
I’m sure you guys could code some more, check out the Christmas and New Year’s cards below:
As a photographer and blogger, I have my own websites that I maintain.
I am not a designer nor a developer, but I am always looking to learn more so that I can make custom changes to my web properties without pulling my hair out.
Jason Fried tipped me off to TreeHouse and this site looks awesome.
Step by step, you can learn in three different areas.
I’m always on the lookout for great responsive WordPress frameworks and Reverie looks good.
Reverie Framework is an extremely versatile HTML5 WordPress framework based on ZURB’s Foundation, a powerful tool for building prototypes on any kind of devices. Reverie follows HTML5 Boilerplate standard and is hNews microformat ready. It is optimized for Search Engine while at the same time improve readability.
How about mobile devices?
Occasionally, everyone needs to vent, to give voice to the frustration and anger that they normally suppress.
To this end, drum-playing, shower-avoiding, Earth Mother-loving hippies created “Occupy Wall Street” and its associated spin-offs.
But what do technology-using, website-designing people like us have to hurl abuse at?
Has any Internet plugin caused as much frustration, bitterness, and all-out rage as Flash?
Have you ever heard of Bootstrap from Twitter?
Bootstrap is a toolkit from Twitter designed to kickstart development of webapps and sites. It includes base CSS and HTML for typography, forms, buttons, tables, grids, navigation, and more.
If you’re a little confused, don’t worry. I was a little at first, too.
This isn’t something for Twitter. This is something for your next website you build.
You can hotlink the CSS, use it with LESS or download it from GitHub.
It’s going to be a while before HTML5 is the new standard and everything HTML5 has to offer is supported by all the important browsers.
If you’re a web dev, what should you do? If you’re new to the game or you’re an old pro, you eventually have to ask yourself when and how to begin transitioning over.
Perhaps the first thing that you should learn and keep in mind is exactly what the differences between the two are.
Here are ten important differences between HTML4 and HTML5: