Perles de rocaille haute couture: Bijoux et accessoires by Andrea Hirsch-Cianciarulo

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Org/ and you’ll see - it validates as HTML5. For real! 8 Chapter 1 getting to know HTML5 Q: How does this work on the old browsers? Like the new doctype, meta, and so on... somehow the older browsers work with this new syntax? A: Yes, through a bit of cleverness and luck. Take the type attributes on the link and script tags; now, it makes sense to get rid of this attribute with HTML5 because CSS and JavaScript are now the standards (and certainly are the default technologies for style and scripting).

Well, there are people who like to make hard distinctions among these technologies and which standard each belongs to. And that is fine and has its place. But, what we care about is this: what technologies are available in the browser, and are they ready for us to use to craft our pages and applications? So, we say HTML5 is markup + JavaScript APIs + CSS, and we think that is what people generally mean when talking about HTML5 as a technology. org for more information.

All the Web is buzzing about you. To us, you look a lot like HTML 4. Why is everyone so excited? HTML5: Everyone’s excited because I’m enabling a whole new generation of web applications and experiences. Head First: Right, but again, why didn’t HTML 4 or even the promise of “XHTML” do that? HTML5: XHTML 2 was a dead-end. Everyone who wrote real web pages hated it. XHTML reinvented the way we write markup for a web page, and would have made all the pages already out there obsolete. ” I mean, if something works, why reinvent the wheel?

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