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‘HTML5 Please’ Helps You Decide Which Parts of HTML5 and CSS 3 to Use

Keeping track of the ever-evolving HTML5 and CSS 3 support in today’s web browsers can be an overwhelming task. Sure you can use CSS animations to create some whiz-bang effects, but should you? Which browsers support it? What should you do about older browsers? The first question can be answered by When Can I Use,… Read More »

‘HTML5 Please’ Helps You Decide Which Parts of HTML5 and CSS 3 to Use

Keeping track of the ever-evolving HTML5 and CSS 3 support in today’s web browsers can be an overwhelming task. Sure you can use CSS animations to create some whiz-bang effects, but should you? Which browsers support it? What should you do about older browsers? The first question can be answered by When Can I Use,… Read More »

‘HTML5 Please’ Helps You Decide Which Parts of HTML5 and CSS 3 to Use

Keeping track of the ever-evolving HTML5 and CSS 3 support in today’s web browsers can be an overwhelming task. Sure you can use CSS animations to create some whiz-bang effects, but should you? Which browsers support it? What should you do about older browsers? The first question can be answered by When Can I Use,… Read More »