Links for May 2011

Font sizing with rem - - The rem unit offers an excellent alternative to relative font sizing with em an percentage units.Tags: BlogPost; CSS; Web; Design; Tips;  Javascript Mistakes You Must Avoid - Good list of JavaScript gotchas, the event… more »

IE10 and the Future of CSS Layout

Last week the first developer preview of IE10 was released. Among several experimental features included were the first Microsoft implementations of CSS3 Flexible Box Layout Module and CSS3 Grid Alignment. These are possibly the most exciting things to… more »

Links for April 2011

Maqetta - "Maqetta is an open source project that provides WYSIWYG visual authoring of HTML5 user interfaces. The Maqetta application itself is authored in HTML, and therefore runs in the browser without requiring additional plugins or downloads."Tags:… more »

Links for March 2011

David Baron's weblog: What does a blur radius mean? - You may have been hearing for several years that all browsers support box-shadow and we should just drop the vendor prefixes already. If you've been wondering why they haven't, this post indicates… more »

Links for February 2011

jQuery: » jQuery 1.5 Released - JQuery 1.5 boasts significant performance improvements and an all new wrapper for AJAX requests.Tags: BlogPost; jQuery; News;  Bibliographic Data Licensing Sample Files - Sample RDF data from the British Library.Tags… more »

Client Side Server Side Includes var nodes = el.childNodes; var l = nodes.length; while (l--) { current = nodes[l];… more »

Links for January 2nd

HTML Lint - Your code may validate, but in the HTML5 world that doesn't mean as much as it used to. This tool lets you check HTML5 to similar levels of conformance as XHTML validation.Tags: HTML5; Tools;  London's Abandoned Tube Stations - Fascina… more »