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  1. #16
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    for more info you can visit www.Puzl.com and see how it works
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    I am using html5 and css3 for the homegrown site I'm making.

    http://plecpicker.com/index2.html

    It is still a working process, also when my 1st small order of stock arrives in a
    few weeks, i will redo all the pictures. there are still a lot of little touches needed. some bigger than others.

    I have used quite a few of the newer functions on this version of the site.
    Mainly just to make it look nicer, like shadows and rounding borders..

    There is a hidden animation spinner in there somewhere to


    Please remember, site not finished, photos not final.

    Thanks
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    Sundip Portfolio

    HI,
    As a sample you can have a look at my portfolio. No spam..
    http://sundipshah.webmotif.net/

    Thanks,
    Sundip Shah
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    Hi,

    This is best example site of html5 + css3.
    www.conceptbeans.com.au

    Thanks,
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    Relevant...

    Here's an online HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript editor for web designers and developers. It is very simple to use and understand and features most things people actually need...line numbers, real-time preview and the ability to save the document to your computer.

    liveweave.com

    What do you guys think?
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    What about a single page?
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    Hi,
    I've designed my first and only one web site using HTML5, CSS and js without CMS , only by hand.
    http://www.luckyframe74.com
    I am a print and web designer and wanted to present my works.
    I will be very pleased to get your opinion about my work and share my knowledge with forum.
    Thank you!
    Olga
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    http://sheepmaster.zzl.org/

    HTML5 elements used: well, if the DOCTYPE's an element...
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    Here's a webpage using CSS3--specifically, HSL coloring. (However, it's in XHTML 1.1 + MathML 2.0 + SVG 1.1)

    http://www.mrinitialman.com/BookDemo...ours/hsl.xhtml
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    Html 5 and css3 are good for SEO and search engine visibility and usability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geocrafter View Post
    Relevant...

    Here's an online HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript editor for web designers and developers. It is very simple to use and understand and features most things people actually need...line numbers, real-time preview and the ability to save the document to your computer.

    liveweave.com

    What do you guys think?
    what do you think about this http://twitter.github.com/bootstrap/
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    I switched to HTML5 long time ago. It is convenient to use, semantic tags make it easy to read and maintain the code. I am not much into CSS3 yet, as not all browsers support it. I am moving slowly into that direction, as I figure out what features are safe to use.

    To be sure that all browsers read my code as I want them to, I attach html5.js file (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTML5_Shiv) to the HTML header:
    <!--[if lt IE 9]>
    <script src="js/html5.js"></script>
    <![endif]-->

    and make all new tags display block in CSS:

    section, header, article, footer, aside {
    display: block;
    }

    then I just use them as I would any other DIV.
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    I attach this script also - for IE 6-8 http://code.google.com/p/ie7-js/
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    If you want you web page response quick then you can use HTML5 its a fast language for web development
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    Quote Originally Posted by olga_maraeva View Post
    I attach this script also - for IE 6-8 http://code.google.com/p/ie7-js/
    thanks alot for wonderful sharing of IE 6-8
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