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  • HTML5 Working Group Rejects Open Media Formats

    HTML5 Working Group Rejects Open Media Formats 2007-12-13

    The HTML5 spec looks set to introduce new audio and video capabilities into the language, but the HTML5 working group has become embroiled in a debate over the codecs that browsers should support for them. Nokia and Apple have succeeded in removing O

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  • W3C Markup Validation Service adds experimental HTML5 support 2008-11-25

    A few days ago, the W3C added experimental support for HTML5 to their online markup validation service. There's been an HTML5 validator available at Validator.nu for a while now, but the addition of HTML5 validation to the W3C's own site is an import

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  • Google, HTML5 and Standards

    Google, HTML5 and Standards 2009-07-24

    While there were lots of trumpets and elephants accompanying recent announcement of Google Wave, one of the things that could have slipped by was their public commitment to building Wave in HTML5. Not long afterwards the W3C announced the discontinua

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  • CMS/Wiki to use for a HTML5 video site 2009-07-24

    Greetings. I want to put up a website with instructive screencasts, and allow for people to add comments to them. I would like use the Video for Everybody technique, partly because I dislike Flash and because it helps in a small way to move the web f

    Tags: cms, video hosting, html5, screencasts
  • Will Microsoft Implement HTML5 in Internet Explorer?

    Will Microsoft Implement HTML5 in Internet Explorer? 2009-08-12

    Microsoft has remained suspiciously tight-lipped regarding their plans for HTML5 in Internet Explorer. Google, Mozilla, Apple, and Opera all consider HTML5 to be the future and are eagerly implementing facilities within their browsers. Google has eve

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  • How does precise GeoLocation in HTML5 work? 2009-12-01

    This is quite a long winded question, you can just skip to the last sentence if you don't care about the background info. I just tested out HTML5 geolocation using Firefox 3.5+, and it managed to find my house, literally my exact address. I've been r

    Tags: wireless networking, firefox, google, geolocation, html5
  • SitePoint Podcast #44: HTML5 is a (Beautiful) Mess 2010-01-15

    Episode 44 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week, Kevin Yank (@sentience) is joined by Opera Software's Bruce Lawson (@brucel), SitePoint author Ian Lloyd (@lloydi), and Kyle Weems (@cssquirrel), creator of the CSSquirrel web comic, to

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  • Is there a HTML5 Validator plugin for Firefox? 2010-02-10

    Is there a plugin for firefox to validate HTML 5? I've always used this but if my webpage has a <!DOCTYPE HTML> doctype it complains about it not having a doctype at all. I specifically would like one similar to the one I linked, where the verificat

    Tags: firefox, browser addons, html5
  • Which would have a lower bandwidth cost - HTML5 or FLV? 2010-02-14

    Recently YouTube and Vimeo added HTML5 players to their websites, with options to use them rather than the FLV video. I understand that HTML5 video is less CPU intensive, but what about bandwidth? So... Given the same video on YouTube/Vimeo which for

    Tags: flash, video, flv, html5
  • Resizing an image in an HTML5 canvas

    Resizing an image in an HTML5 canvas 2010-02-20

    I'm trying to create a thumbnail image on the client side using javascript and a canvas element, but when I shrink the image down, it looks terrible. It looks as if it was downsized in photoshop with the resampling set to 'Nearest Neighbor' instead o

    Tags: javascript, html5, canvas, image resizing
  • HTML5 Quake to Shake Up Flash

    HTML5 Quake to Shake Up Flash 2010-04-03

    With all the hubbub surrounding the arrival of Apple's new, consciously Flash-less consumer good (you know the one), there has been a fresh flurry of discussion on that old chestnut - the relative merits of Flash vs HTML. While much of the talk has b

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  • Safari 4.0.5 will not play any HTML5 (H.264) video 2010-04-16

    The html5test.com tells me that my browser does not support the <video> element, and when I try example page, I get the fallback message, usually "Your browser does not support HTML5 video." I know this should work in Safari. I am on Windo

    Tags: video, windows 7, safari, h.264, html5
  • Everything You Always Wanted to Know About HTML5 ... 2010-04-20

    So CSS3 lets you have rounded corners, and HTML5 gives you <header> and <footer> elements. Big whoop. Sometimes it can be hard to get excited about what's being added to the core web technologies, but Ernest Delgado is here to change that. He'

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  • SitePoint Podcast #61: HTML5 = The Kitchen Sink 2010-05-14

    Episode 61 of The SitePoint Podcast is now available! This week your hosts are Patrick O'Keefe (@iFroggy), Stephan Segraves (@ssegraves), and Kevin Yank (@sentience). Listen in your Browser Play this episode directly in your browser! Just click the o

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  • Firefox's Shiny New HTML5 Parser

    Firefox's Shiny New HTML5 Parser 2010-05-17

    Henri Sivonen, one of Mozilla's Firefox developers, has written a guest post on hacks.mozilla.org about Firefox's new HTML5 parser. Why does Firefox need a new HTML parser? A few reasons. First and foremost, the HTML5 spec is the first HTML specifica

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  • Enable HTML5 tags on Eclipse 2010-05-19

    I really love Eclipse (PDT)... But i'm developing sites using HTML5 and CSS3 and it mark the HTML5 tags like <nav>, <section> and <article> as invalid tags (inexistent). How can I add those new tags to it? And what about CSS3 rules? I re

    Tags: css, eclipse, html5
  • HTML5 tag (main) not recognized in Eclipse Luna 2010-05-19

    I really love Eclipse (PDT)... But i'm developing sites using HTML5 and CSS3 and it mark the HTML5 tags like <nav>, <section> and <article> as invalid tags (inexistent). How can I add those new tags to it? And what about CSS3 rules? I re

    Tags: css, eclipse, html5
  • A Minimal HTML Document (HTML5 Edition) 2010-05-25

    Back in 2008, I posted a detailed breakdown of the set of tags you should include at the bare minimum in every HTML document. As you can see, there was a lot to take in at the time: These days, the needs of accessibility, search engine optimization,

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  • Web Directions @media Interview: Bruce Lawson - HTML5 is Sexy 2010-06-03

    Craig speaks to Bruce Lawson, Opera's Open Web evangelist and presenter of "HTML5: structure, semantics, styling and sexiness" at Web Directions @media in London, 8-11 June 2010. Note: Do you want to attend Web Directions @media in London, 8-11

    Tags: HTML5 Dev Center
  • Really? IE9 100% Compatible with HTML5?

    Really? IE9 100% Compatible with HTML5? 2010-06-04

    Visiting the IE Test Center site you may be forgiven for thinking that IE9 has scored 100% compatibility with HTML5. They have constructed a test results table that compares the current IE9 platform preview with current versions of all the other majo

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