How much do you know about HTML5 form validation? Even if you know a lot, we bet you'll learn things you didn't know in this handy guide.
Should you use Canvas or SVG? It depends! Let's walk through all the scenarios where Canvas and SVG are an option and work out which is the best choice.
Too many options in your HTML Select list? Try a Datalist! Learn how to work with this lightweight, accessible, cross-browser autocomplete form control.
Our CSSBattle Code Challenge requires some 'outside the square' CSS thinking. Here are four tips to get you started on the right track.
Craig Buckler discusses form layout in the age of CSS Grid, discussing the difficulties of laying out forms with floats and flexbox, and demonstrating the benefits of grid in terms of form layout, the possibilities it offers, and how and why to take a progressive enhancement approach to form layout.
Giannis Konstantinidis lists some great Material Design CSS frameworks and compares them to make it easier for you to choose what best fits your needs.
Louis Lazaris has collected together another 20+ learning resources, tools, and other guides to help developers brush up on various front-end features.
Maria Antonietta Perna discusses CSS as being on the critical rendering path and points out a few solutions you can try out in your development work.
Maria Antonietta Perna shows why SVG images can be great for website performance, provided you follow a few simple steps when you design and export them
This brief introduction to Microdata barely does the topic justice, but we hope it will provide you with a taste of what’s possible when extending the semantics of your documents with this technology.
While new elements and APIs have been the primary focus of HTML5, this latest iteration of web markup has also brought with it changes to existing elements.
Louis Lazaris is here with installment number 11 of his series on fantastic learning resources, docs and guides for front-end developers
In this chapter, we’ll discuss even more new elements, along with changes to content types, available in HTML5
HTML5 and CSS3 are the leading technologies that have ushered in a much more exciting world of web page authoring. Because all modern browsers provide excellent levels of support for a number of HTML5 and CSS3 features, creating powerful and simple-to-maintain future-proof web pages is easier than ever before.