Tagged: W3C

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Vincent Hardy on Adobe Web Platform

The director of engineering for Adobe Web Platform explains how the firm is participating in web standards and working on a number of projects that make life easier for developers This article first appeared...

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HTML5 and Canvas 2D definitions ready

HTML5 and Canvas 2D definitions ready, Broad interoperability slated by W3C for 2014; HTML 5.1 to offer glimpse of the future HTML5 is complete. Next up: HTML 5.1 The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has...

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W3C launches WebPlatform Docs

Industry big guns back site documenting HTML5, CSS, DOM and more The new WebPlatform Docs site will provide a central, funded resource for web standards documentation The W3C has announced WebPlatform Docs, a “community-driven...

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Master the new CSS layout properties

New CSS properties offer easy ways to lay out web pages. Thomas Lewis of Microsoft walks you through Grid Alignment, Flexible Box and Multi-column Layout This article first appeared in the April 2012 issue...

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Hot in web standards: July/August 2012

Hot in web standards: July/August 2012. Lea Verou returns from a little summer break to present a bumper issue of web standards news. This time she covers SVG 2, CSS Masking, Image Values, the Responsive...

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The road to responsive images

Last week’s W3C editor’s draft brought us one step closer to a workable specification for responsive images. Anselm Hannemann explores how the draft spec came about, the problems that remain to be solved –...