html5 and css3

HTML5 is the latest version of the amazing markup language. It’s a term for the next generation of web apps, how functionality will be expanded with better markup HTML, better style CSS, and better interactivity JavaScript.

HTML5 was introduced in order to support various features that the modern day websites require. To begin with HTML5 supports the multimedia; in fact this language support both audio and video files to be played in a browser. Furthermore HTML5 offers support for canvas areas like interactive animated infographic.

On top of this, HTML5 supports the Geolocation API to identify user’s location and allows you to add valid data attributes, which helps in storing the data without affecting the web page UI. HTML5 made a breakthrough by allowing web applications to store data in the browser.

These data attributes can be added in a hidden manner from the user and can be later used by JQuery or your JavaScript functions.

Have a look at these step by step tutorials to learn and handle HTML5 and CSS3 markup languages.

1) How to build HTML5/CSS3 Webpages

Nowadays web developers are trying to build highly creative websites that capture the attention of visitors. They are many rooms to explore to understand the new features in HTML5 and CSS3. In this guide you will figure out the basic structure of the HTML5 and CSS3 markup languages, so you will have the skills and the ability to make compelling and beautiful web pages.


2) HTML5 Cheat Sheet

Web developers often use HTML and CSS Cheat sheet during their work. For frontend development, cheat sheets are especially helpful as most of us cannot commit every snippet and tag to memory. This cheat sheet is a good reference aid for your work because it’s a beautiful visual grid that contains a list of all HTML5 tags and of their related meaning.

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3) How to Code a Homepage Template with HTML5 and CSS3

This tutorial has been created to guide you through the process of converting one of a popular PSD homepage template on Media tool into fully coded HTML and CSS. In this tutorial you will learn from setting up the folder structure, exporting the assets dissecting and adding the CSS styles.


4) Wrapping Content In Shapes With CSS3

CSS Shapes allow web designers to wrap content around custom paths, like circles, and ellipse thus breaking free from the constraints of the rectangle. It will also help you to rapidly create magazine-quality layouts on web pages, with little PhotoShop trickiness required. If you want to wrap your content in a custom shape, but you don’t know how to do it then here is a tutorial to learn the tricks.


5) Create Cool Image Captions with CSS3

In this tutorial we will show you how to create a cool image captions with various transitions using CSS3 with a stylish Box style effects that give an awesome look to your website. With CSS3 you can make really nice effects, no need to implement jQuery for that.


6) HTML5 : Positioning with Geolocation

The Geolocation API of HTML5 helps in identifying the user’s location, which can be used to provide location specific information to the user. There are many techniques used to identify the location of the user. In this tutorial you will learn the Geolocation capabilities of HTML5 and the basic principles needed to take advantage of them in your next HTML5 app.


7) Turn Your Images Into Polaroids with CSS3

Magical things can be done by combining various CSS properties, especially when some of the new CSS3 tricks are thrown into the mix. Through a combination of browser-specific CSS (2 and 3) integration and some basic styling you will learn how to turn a regular old images into cool looking Polaroid style images.


8) Prism Effect Slider with Canvas

This tutorial will teach you how to construct a simple slider with prism effect. You will be using HTML5 and a plain JavaScript.

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9) Responsive CSS Timeline with 3D Effect

In this tutorial we will show you how to create an experimental CSS-only timeline with a 3D effect. The idea is to expand a content area when the associated radio input is selected.


10) Creating a WordPress Theme From Static HTML

In this tutorial you will learn how to create a WordPress Theme from Static HTML and CSS files. You will learn how to create the template files, how to prepare your HTML and CSS files for WordPress, ensuring the structure would work, the valid code and the correct classes were being used. This article is part of a series called creating a WordPress theme from static HTML.


Chawki Trabelsi is a web developer and designer who writes for webhostingplanguide which provides updated information about web hosting companies in the USA. He loves writing about graphic design, web design, tutorials, jQuery, technologies and everything about latest innovations. Follow him on Twitter for more updates.

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