14 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Apr 02

Browser Trends April 2012: Chrome Crushes the Competition

Craig takes another look at the worldwide desktop and mobile browser markets during March 2012. Can anyone prevent Chrome's world domination?
32 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Apr 01

The New Sensory Elements Coming to HTML5

The W3C will shortly announce three new elements which supplement the HTML5 audio and video tags to enable a full sensory experience in your web pages. Craig looks at the HTML, CSS and JavaScript implementation details.
7 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Mar 29

10 Tips for Developing Better jQuery Plugins

Craig provides his top 10 tips for developers who want to write successful jQuery plugins.
19 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Mar 28

Tron: an HTML5 Game in 219 Bytes

Craig looks at Tron, an HTML5 game written in 219 bytes. Could some of the bandwidth-saving techniques be used in your pages?
8 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Mar 26

HTML5 Responsive Design: How to Determine the Real Dimensions of an Image in JavaScript

Responsive design is a great technique, but how can you determine the real size of an image from JavaScript? Craig provides a cross-browser solution.
13 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Mar 21

How to Create a CSS3 Ajax Loading Icon Without Images

There's no need to use an old-school animated GIF for Ajax "loading" icons when you can use CSS3! Craig's demonstration shows several different effects and discusses browser support.
55 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Mar 13

5 Things I Hate About HTML5

Craig may work with HTML5 and wholeheartedly recommend it, but that doesn't mean he's happy with everything.
7 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Mar 09

Trigger Rally: Unleashing the Potential of HTML5 Games

Craig looks at Trigger Rally Online - an HTML5 game which may change your opinion about what's possible in a web browser.
42 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Viki Hoo, Mar 07

5 Things I Love About HTML5

6 COMMENTs
Programming
Konstantin Kichinsky, Mar 05

Mastering CSS3 Multiple Backgrounds

Our journey to the world of CSS3 shadows continues. Today we will focus on another interesting feature—how to use multiple backgrounds with CSS3.
5 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Konstantin Kichinsky, Mar 01

Mastering CSS3 Text Shadows

7 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Mar 01

Browser Trends March 2012: IE8 Falls Below 20%

Internet Explorer lost almost 5% of its user base in one month. Craig discusses which browser is benefiting from IE's demise and how Microsoft could reverse the trend.
6 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Konstantin Kichinsky, Feb 28

Mastering Box Shadows

In this tutorial we will study the art of mastering shadows with CSS3. There are two types: box-shadow and text-shadow, defined respectively in the modules and CSS3 Text.
23 COMMENTs
Programming
Craig Buckler, Feb 27

Adobe Shifts Flash Focus

Adobe has published a roadmap for the Flash runtimes and reassured developers that it will meet their needs over the next five to ten years. Craig discusses whether Flash can compete against HTML5.
15 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Feb 23

5 of the Best Free HTML5 Presentation Systems

I have a lot of respect for Microsoft PowerPoint, but.. all PowerPoint presentations look the same. Here are the best HTML5 presentation systems I've found.
17 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Feb 16

How to Create a CSS3-Only Vertical Accordion Using the :target Selector

In this tutorial, Craig transforms his tab control into a vertical accordion using the power of CSS3 alone.
1 COMMENT
HTML & CSS
John Hrvatin, Feb 14

Best Practice for Programming with Vendor Prefixes

In a timely article, John Hrvatin recounts how working with mutiple vendor prefixes can be made significantly easier.
2 COMMENTs
53 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Feb 13

The Impending CSS Vendor Prefix Catastrophe

Vendors may be adding CSS3 -webkit prefixes to their non-webkit browsers. Craig discusses why it's being considered by the W3C and why it should be prevented.
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Feb 11

The JS1k Competition Returns

The JS1K competition is back! What amazing demonstrations and applications can you create in 1 Kilobyte of JavaScript code?
8 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Giorgio Sardo, Feb 08

Bringing Cut the Rope to Life in an HTML5 Browser

1 COMMENT
HTML & CSS
Ricky Onsman, Feb 08

Microsoft HTML5 Web Camp Videos Now Online

If you missed November's live streaming of the Microsoft HTML5 Web Camp held in Mountain View, California, we can now provide recorded video of the sessions.
16 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Craig Buckler, Feb 07

How to Create a CSS3-Only Tab Control Using the :target Selector

Craig demonstrates the power of the :target selector by creating a CSS-only tab control. You won't find any sneaky JavaScript lurking beneath the surface.
2 COMMENTs
HTML & CSS
Konstantin Kichinsky, Feb 06

3 Breakthrough Ways to Visualize HTML5 Audio

Konstantin Kichinsky focuses on an interesting scenario that isn’t directly covered by the HTML5 standard, but is in high demand and visually impressive: audio visualization using HTML5 Audio.