Posts Tagged ‘HTML’

HTML5 vs Flash

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

Last year I wrote a guide to HTML5 and some of the features that will be available including the video and canvas elements. The canvas element gives developers a powerful way to draw pixel-based images using JavaScript. For each element needed a “context” is used, which uses JavaScript commands to draw anything you want. The video element will allow direct embedding of videos on a web page without the need for any external plugins. (more…)

HTML 5 Demos

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

Following on from yesterdays article on HTML 5 browser support, I have added an list of examples in how HTML5 can be used. (more…)

Quick Tip 23 – Remove Google Directions

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

Are you sick of the directions bubble covering the google map on your website? (more…)

Best SEO Practices

Friday, January 15th, 2010

Search engine optimisation (SEO) can be fairly simple at a basic level but can become more advanced when you get further into it. Building a website which can be found by search engines and indexed effectively requires good SEO and good content. (more…)

CSS Absolute Positioning

Wednesday, January 6th, 2010

Absolute positioning in CSS allows you to position elements in HTML in a specific place on a website. Elements can be positioned using top, right, bottom and left properties using positive or negative CSS units such as px or em. Normally, HTML elements on a page are always positioned statically from top to bottom. (more…)

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Google Drive vs Dropbox

As a web design company we need to find clever ways to make our lives easier and enable us to become more efficient web designers. A couple of years ago we used to exhaust our email space with our customers constantly emailing us images, text documents or sending us very big zip files. In some [...]
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