HTML5 fundamentals

Get an overview of HTML5 and some of the new tags, and see how CSS3 enhances the look and feel of a web site.

Grace Walker, IT Consultant, Walker Automated Services

Grace Walker, a partner in Walker Automated Services in Chicago, Illinois, is an IT consultant with a diverse background and broad experience. She has worked in IT as a manager, administrator, programmer, instructor, business analyst, technical analyst, systems analyst, and Web developer in various environments, including telecommunications, education, financial services, and software.

14 September 2011

Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee pointed out that the critical Human Computer Interaction functions are of greater importance to a site visitor than any other aspect of a Rich Internet Application (RIA). Foremost among these are the elements used to exchange information and data between client and server. Every aspect of the process must be geared to achieving Berners-Lee's system of well-defined data, collaborative structures and optimized use of hardware available. This requires the proper organizing of the sites basic structures so that everything, every object, and its components, are easily accessed and utilized.

HTML5 provides the semantic structure required to properly develop and manage your site. The new tags and attributes increase the ability to compartmentalize and dissect your pages more efficiently. This demo provides a basic overview of HTML5 with CSS3.


10 minutes





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Zone=Web development
SummaryTitle=HTML5 fundamentals