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HTML5 ★ Boilerplate. A rock-solid default HTML/CSS/JS template for a fast, robust and future-proof site.
HTML5 structure - div, section & article. Explains the meaning of these new HTML5 elements and how to use them properly.
Optimizing HTML. Reduce your HTML document size by getting rid of redundant structures and employing minification techniques.
HTML5: Tool of Satan, or Yule of Santa?. Learn what HTML5 you can expect to be able to use reliably cross-browser in the early months of 2010.
Have a Field Day with HTML5 Forms. Learn how to style a beautiful HTML5 form using some advanced CSS and latest CSS3 techniques.
Dive Into HTML5. A free illustrated e-book that explains some of the features of HTML 5. Pretty Handy.
Get Ready for HTML 5. Get up to speed on HTML 5 markup and learn what can be done with it today.
Text Rotation with CSS. Learn how to rotate HTML elements by taking advantage of the proposed
FireScope. A Firefox add-on that integrates with Firebug, to extend it with reference material for HTML and CSS.
Semantics in HTML 5. What does the future of HTML look like? Learn about the future in semantics in HTML 5.
The future of web standards. The world of standards-based web design and development has been undergoing something of a shake-up these past few days...
A Preview of HTML 5. Learn about what we can expect from the emerging markup specification, whose goals include more flexibility and greater interoperability.
Disabling Deprecated HTML Using CSS. Preserving the natural cascade and inheritance in all browsers, while gracefully disabling the HTML we don’t want the client to use.
Why we need standards support in HTML email. The importance of web standards support in email.
New elements in HTML 5. Learn about the new structural, inline, embedding and interactive elements in HTML 5.
Front-End Code Certification. Hopefully this will spread beyond the Netherlands.
HTML elements index. An index of all elements specified by HTML 3.2, HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0 Strict, XHTML 1.1, HTML 5, and XHTML 2.0.
HTML: The Top Five Forgotten Elements. Five HTML elements that may have slipped off your radar.
Reset Reloaded. Eric Meyer's finalized version of reset.css.
HTML5, XHTML2, and the Future of the Web. Find out what may soon be coming our way in the world of HTML.
Semantics and Structure. Tim Huegdon looks at best practices for applying semantics and structure to a site.
HTTP Performance Research. Yahoo! User Interface Blog reports on wise conservation of bandwidth.
Bulletproof HTML: 37 Steps to Perfect Markup. All the information you'll need to understand the science - and practice the art - of HTML.
CSS Reboot validation errors dissected. Roger points to Sean Fraserâ€™s excellent series of articles, and poses the question: Why do people not use validators?
Google valid and strict. Roger Johansson debunks the myth that Google has deprecated code to save on bandwidth. He speculates why they still use old markup.
Testing HTML Emailers. Kyle Neath came up with a nice PHP script to send HTML formatted emails based on source code. Go download.
HTML Tutorial. Written specifically for working adults who needed to learn HTML quickly and easily.
The HTML Hierarchy: Thinking Inside the Box. Understanding what's happening with the content we place on a page (visually).
Styling Table Captions. Great article on how various browsers deal with table captions and workarounds for it.
One clean HTML markup, many layouts. Fluid layouts with 5 content DIVs, a short stylesheet, and no hacks.
Writing Semantic Markup. The whys and wherefores of writing semantic markup.
Free HTML and XHTML for CSS course. Every week a new section of the course becomes available. Check it out!
Quirks mode and strict mode. Short overview of the reasons for and the differences between these two modes.
Markup Guide. A single HTML document marked up with both examples and descriptions of various elements.