Part II of the cool web stuff series will focus on HTML5 and CSS3.
A great tutorial on what you can do using new internet technologies.
Just in case you are a HTML5 rookie, this is a great article to start with.
You’ll need a Safari browser to have start the demos on this page. And don’t miss the link to the Developers center…
Posted October 17th, 2010. Add a comment
In this new series I will regularly let you know what I found on the web. I’ll try to publish one post per month but I’m not going to promise anything ;-). So, here is the first Cool Web Stuff list: Continue Reading
Posted August 11th, 2010. Add a comment - 1 pingback / trackback
Ever had the problem that you had to send emails (HTML and text), e.g. newsletters, registration infos etc. to your users? Ever tried to open these emails using Microsoft Outlook? They will probably look awful because MS Outlook only supports a subset of HTML and CSS (for a detailed list of all supported HTML tags and CSS attributes, please visit Microsoft MSDN). This tutorial will show you how to easily create HTML emails which will look good in all Email-Clients including MS Outlook. Continue Reading
Posted May 23rd, 2010. 1 comment
Just found some useful links that might help you if you are interested in HTML5 and/or CSS3. Check them out…
I am getting old and my capacity of remembering things is degenerating ;-). So, this is more or less a reminder to myself as I stumbled across this problem several times…
Have you ever had a HTML element (e.g. a <div> tag) with a style “width: 100%” and a margin or padding? Continue Reading
Posted May 11th, 2010. 3 comments