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125+ Free HTML5/CSS3 Templates

Came across this via the CSS3/HTML5 list on LinkedIn The page heading implies that they are all responsive but that's not the case. Haven't tried any of them as yet but they look worth investigating, for inspiration if nothing else.

http://www.designrazzi.com/2013/free-css3-html5-templates/

Posted On Monday, September 23, 2013 2:34 AM

CSS, HTML, JavaScript and jQuery Snippets on CSS Tricks

CSS Tricks have a large Snippets collection that can be an invaluable resource. It has snippets for HTML, CSS, htaccess, PHP JavaScript, jQuery and WordPress.

Even if you don't have a specific need it's well worth looking through for inspiration.

http://css-tricks.com/snippets/

Posted On Tuesday, September 10, 2013 10:37 PM

NWX Forms shim - using HTML5 form types and validation in older browsers
HTML5 makes form creation and validation a simple matter. The new form input types (email, tel, url etc) allow you to give the correct keyboard type to mobile users. The validation model makes the hassle of client-side JavaScript validation a thing of the past. *But hold on a minute though. What do we do if we need to cater for older browsers? Well we can use a 'shim' or 'polyfill', as we might to support some of the other HTML5/CSS3 features.There are several such shims for forms, but the one that ......

Posted On Sunday, July 21, 2013 11:36 PM

Named anchors in HTML5
The traditional way to create named anchors (bookmarks) on a page was to use<a name="top">Top of page</a>If you are working in HTML5 you'll find that your web editors intellisense (if you have a decent one) highlights this as an error, although it will still work in current browsers.If this really is a syntax error, what's the valid HTML5 way of doing this?Well, it's very simple and has been supported by most browsers for several versions, you give the anchor/bookmark an ID and target ......

Posted On Friday, July 12, 2013 2:04 AM

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