"HTML V5 and XHTML V2"
(Adriaan de Jonge, developerWorks, November 2007): While the intention of
both HTML V5 and XHTML V2 is to improve on the existing versions, the
approaches the developers chose to make those improvements is very
different. And with differing philosophies come distinct results. For the
first time in many years, the direction of upcoming browser versions is
uncertain. Uncover the bigger picture behind the details of these two
elements in HTML5"
(Elliotte Rusty Harold, developerWorks, August 2007): Get an overview of
some of the new elements in HTML 5.
Introduction to MathML"
(David Carlisle, developerWorks, December 2009): MathML is a W3C
Recommendation defining an XML vocabulary for marking up mathematical
expressions. With HTML 5, it will hopefully be possible to place MathML
directly on the Web without needing to worry about mime types and server
"Android and iPhone browser wars, Part 1: WebKit to the rescue"
(Frank Ableson, developerWorks, December 2009): This article is the first
in a two-part series on developing browser-based applications for iPhone
future of HTML, Part 1: WHATWG"
(Ed Dumbill, developerWorks, December 2005): In this two-part series, Edd
Dumbill examines the various ways forward for HTML that Web authors,
browser developers, and standards bodies propose.
HTML tutorial from
w3schools.com teaches you
everything about HTML.
CSS tutorial teaches you how
to use CSS to control the style and layout of multiple Web pages all at
to use the scripting language of the Web.
HTML5: A vocabulary and associated APIs for HTML and XHTML: Editor's Draft 13 January 2010:
Read the most recent Editor's Draft for the HTML5 specification.
- Read excerpts from the upcoming
Dive Into HTML5 by Mark Pilgrim
from O'Reilly Media.
HTML5 gallery is a showcase of
sites using HTML5 markup.
HTML5 Tag Reference:
See an alphabetically-ordered reference for HTML5 tags.
HTML5 doctor Web site is loaded with
information to help you implement HTML 5 today.
HTML 5 Cheat Sheet
lists all currently supported tags, their descriptions, their attributes, and their support in HTML 4.
CSS 3 Cheat Sheet:
Here are the main features of CSS 3 in a handy, printable reference card.
HTML5 demos Web site has links to
various HTML 5 experiments and demos.
- This demo demonstrates the
potential of rendering 3D graphics
in the browser, using
O3D, an open-source web API for creating rich, interactive 3D applications
in the browser.
How HTML5 Will Change the Way You Use the Web
Yes, You Can Use HTML5 Today!:
Another excellent introductory article to the world of HTML5.
css3.info.com: Everything you need to
know about CSS3.
Introduction to CSS3:
Read the W3C Working Draft of this upcoming specification.
Introducing the CSS3 Multi-Column Module
looks at the W3C multi-column module. The module's intent is to allow
content to flow into multiple columns inside an element.
- Learn about
CSS3 transitions and 2D transforms:
This article teaches you about CSS3 transitions and transforms in Opera.
See the SVG and SMIL corollaries to them, too.
from Mozilla.org describes how to implement the <canvas>
element in your own HTML pages.
Using the Canvas
from Apple Developer Central looks at Safari, Dashboard, and WebKit-based
easily draw arbitrary content within your HTML content.
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O3D AP: O3D is an
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