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There’s a lot of data available in your analytics package that will help build up your knowledge of who’s visiting your website.
Learn the most important point to understand about CSS is this: Everything is a box and every element in a document generates a box.
In this article, we'll talk about the basics of Pseudo-class, by the author Alexis Goldstein.
In this exclusive excerpt from our book, CSS Master, we teach you how to minify CSS with a CSS Optimizer.
In this excerpt from our book, HTML5 & CSS3 for the Real World (2nd Edition), we look at Relational and Attribute Selectors in CSS3
In this exclusive book excerpt from Scrum: Novice to Ninja, we take a look at troubleshooting Scrum and how to overcome obstacles in the process.
In this exclusive excerpt from our book, Scrum: Novice to NInja, by M. David Green, we discuss how to get teams started with the Scrum process.
In this exclusive book excerpt, we examine CSS properties and values that trigger reflows.
In this book excerpt, we continue looking into the importance of walking through a story during Scrum processes.
In this exclusive excerpt from our book Scrum: Novice to Ninja, we look at the importance of the second Standup and why developers should utilize it.
In this except from our book, HTML5 & CSS3 for the Real World, 2nd Edition, we take you through adding Video and Audio in HTML5.
Learn about the different input types in HTML5 Forms, in this exclusive excerpt published from our book, HTML5 & CSS3 for the Real World, 2nd Edition.
The following is an extract from our book, HTML5 & CSS3 for the Real World, 2nd Edition. We teach you about HTML5 Forms Attributes.
There are five new form elements in the HTML5 forms specification: datalist, output, keygen, progress, and meter
At the end of each sprint, the completed features that were worked on should be added to the product for the sprint demo.
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.
velocity is how a scrum team measures the amount of work they can complete in a typical sprint. By tracking the number of story points the team can
Let’s expand upon the concepts of validations a little more so that you can better understand how validating pages has changed
Declaring a story to be done is a means of verifying that all of its critical aspects have been completed based on the way each team works.
CSS also provides selectors for matching elements based on their position in the document subtree. These are known as child–indexed pseudo-classes.
HTML5 web forms have introduced new form elements, input types, attributes, native validation, and other form features.
There are electronic tools and services that are designed to help teams capture and manage stories as they move from one state to the next.
The sprint backlog is the set of developer stories that the team has committed to working on during the current sprint.
Let’s take a look at some pseudo-classes that are specific to form fields and form field input. These pseudo-classes can be used to style fields
In this section, let's touch on lesser-known elements, attributes, and features that have been added to the HTML5 spec
Stories for the development team emerge from the product owner's product backlog.
Perhaps the most powerful of this new crop of pseudo-classes is :not(). It returns all elements except for those that match the selector argument.
One of the most basic artifacts of scrum for web and mobile work is the story that describes a feature to be worked on.
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.