Estelle Weyl | May 13, 2013The <hgroup> element has been made obsolete, but it was part of the draft specification for over 5 years. In case you're wondering about it, here's an overview I've posted for posterity.
Estelle Weyl | October 13, 2012My Twitter account, WebDevTips, has been reactivated. Follow @webDevTips to get (almost) daily Web Development tips in your timeline.
Estelle Weyl | August 3, 2012Polyfill for details and summary
Estelle Weyl | August 18, 2011There are several coding rules required for XHTML that were optional or even unsupported in HTML 4. While HTML5 supports both coding formats, there are some non-required best practices. We cover the top 6 in this post.
Estelle Weyl | November 6, 2010People, including someone from the W3C, have stated that HTML5 is not ready for production. I've been asked several times "do you have any HTML5 websites." This article provides for a list of some HTMl5 websites I have done and others have produced, and some resources to look into to help get you started.
Estelle Weyl | October 29, 2010There is no reason to NOT use HTML5 form attributes. HTML5 form elements enhance forms. In this quick snippet, we show how easy it is to get old browsers to pretend that they support the placeholder attribute
Estelle Weyl | October 26, 2010Introduction to mobile web application development -- using HTML5 and CSS3 -- for mobile. Learn how to target mobile devices, including iPad, iPhone and Android.