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  1. #91
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    www.tradical360.com

    I created the company I work for (Tradical 360) website with HTML5/CSS3 code. I also used some intermediate JavaScript/jQuery.

    Pretty awesome website. I'm so damn proud of it.
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    I've been learning , sharing very pleased to see this , thank you !
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    Guys, I search for a comprehensive Web design that pushes the message that every patient holds his personal data on a tiny check-card sized 32GB card - inependent from physicians, hospitals, HMOs, health plans, Medicaid or Medicare, Fortune 500 PBM data managers and independently from the massive attempt of govt. to push pesonal medical data management into the hands of providers. It is a new form of 'Patient Empowerment' - technology is written, the product is available and we plan entry into a US market with the goal to get over 5 million user in 2 years.
    From here we need the phantasy, experience and customer binding attention even to the point that we will make every user also shareholder in the US corporatioin thus bringining the billion-dollar revenue that is toady at fortune 500 providers who deal with our data but never informa us what they do and which analysis they perform.
    It is a new patient centric world to which the new Obama ACA gives the direction when ruling that every person has the rigth to instruct his providers to send his electronic medical records to any data storage place or advise of his instruction.
    For that we need advise, input, experience or just guts......
    Gunter
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    I agree with you holy. Forums are meant to help others.
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    user cannot edit any contents in the site but a user can edit the contents of a dynamic website. the static website is comparatively less expensive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mk12345 View Post
    user cannot edit any contents in the site but a user can edit the contents of a dynamic website. the static website is comparatively less expensive.
    In very simplistic terms, dynamic does not necessarily mean 'can be edited'. Nor does 'static' necessarily mean a user can't edited. Dynamic generally means that the site adapts or changes to fit the user. Static generally means that the site does not change to fit the user and that the content is generally presented the same way over and over regardless of who is viewing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brad jones View Post
    We are building a new section on HTMLGoodies (sister site to this one). I need some help and in return, a site you've built might get a free link.

    What I'm looking for:

    I'm looking for sites built using HTML5 or CSS3 features. If you've built a cool site that uses either of these, then I want to know! What I need (and this should be easy if you built the site) are:

    1. The URL of the site
    2. A description (text) of what elements of HTML5 or CSS3 you used.
    3. Information on why you chose HTML5
    4. Anything cool about why/how/where you used HTML5/CSS3 (brag a bit!)
    5. What category your site falls into: entertainment, multimedia, reference, social, education, productivity, sales, other?
    6. Does your site support IE pinning? (if you are not sure, then the answer is no)
    7. What browsers is your site optimized for? (Firefox, IE, Opera, Safari, Chrome, other)


    You can pick more than one answer on the multiple choice questions.

    I'm looking to get a couple of site ideas TODAY if possible. We are wanting to launch this new section very, very soon - like possibly next week -- so this is a chance to get your site "spotlighted" among the first ones!

    I'd prefer business or topics sites versus personal blogs and such.

    You can post the information here if you want, or you can email me at bjones@internet.com.

    After we launch this new section, we will have a submission for for new sites!

    Brad!
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    Very interesting and complex topic you have choosen.
    Yes, I have been designing many responsive websites by using html5 and css3.
    Mainly because of responsive feature.
    It can support smart phone, tablet and desktops.

    In html5 I will use section, article, aside... tags. These are very simple and so useful. In css3 text decoration, box shadow, border radius and some animation kind of effects we can give.
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    Quote Originally Posted by codemonster View Post
    www.tradical360.com

    I created the company I work for (Tradical 360) website with HTML5/CSS3 code. I also used some intermediate JavaScript/jQuery.

    Pretty awesome website. I'm so damn proud of it.
    Dear friend, you have designed a good website but there are some errors which you may have forgotten.
    In mobile view you have missed some tags.
    Please check once.
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    i want to experience in html5 and CSS too
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    There are many new tags added
    in HTML5.
    <canvas> Used to draw graphics, on the fly, via scripting (usually JavaScript)

    New Media Elements

    <audio> Defines sound content
    <video> Defines a video or movie
    <source> Defines multiple media resources for <video> and <audio>
    <embed> Defines a container for an external application or interactive content (a plug-in)
    <track> Defines text tracks for <video> and <audio>

    New Form Elements

    <datalist> Specifies a list of pre-defined options for input controls
    <keygen> Defines a key-pair generator field (for forms)
    <output> Defines the result of a calculation
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    www.webappcreative.com.au its an HTML5 and CSS3 based website we created for the digital agency I work for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharontrewell View Post
    www.webappcreative.com.au its an HTML5 and CSS3 based website we created for the digital agency I work for.
    Website design looks good and loading time is near to perfect , one major lack in on page optimization if someone use cms or framework then it become easy to manage meta tags and other factors . static website lack in such segment.
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    The original intent was to get people to talk about what they did with HTML5; however, this thread has become link bait. As such, I'm going to close it at this time.
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