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Jul 30 2010
I’m currently thinking about how far to go with using HTML5 on a project I’m working on.
The project is a big and complicated search interface with lots of tricky UI. We’re currently working it up to being a functional prototype (we’re a long way off pushing it into production).
But is it risky switching to HTML5 so soon? And how far should we go?
I spent a bit of time looking around and came across some really good resources and now have a bit of a plan. It seems to me that “going HTML5” doesn’t have to be all or nothing. It’s not too early to start benefiting from HTML5 now.
Jul 20 2010
Jul 9 2010
The acronym element is obsolete, thereby freeing up years of debating time that can be better spent calculating the angel-density capacity of standard-sized pinheads. Do not mourn the acronym element; just use the abbr element instead. Yes, I know there’s a difference between acronyms and abbreviations - acronyms are spoken as single words, like NATO and SCUBA - but just remember: all acronyms are abbreviations, but not all abbreviations are acronyms.
Jun 23 2010