To know the Evolution of HTML5, CSS Chopper presents an infographic that contains the past, present and future of HTML5. Every aspect of HTML5 right from its introduction, different phases and the present scenario has been explained wonderfully. As well, the future prospective has also been described in a striking manner.
As we enter the second quarter of 2013, Designzzz takes a look back and observes which web design trends have ruled the first quarter and what you should be focusing on to stay ahead in the race.
HTML5 is big news – and it’s not surprising. It’s a major step forward in web design, bringing unprecedented capabilities and flexibility to the way sites are put together. It’s set to make a significant difference to the way brands develop their digital strategies and marketing plans – one which has the potential to enhance digital commerce and engagement, at a time when ecommerce and online retail is going from strength to strength.
This infographic summarizes the need-to-know facts about HTML5 and brings them to life with animation produced using HTML5 (animated version). With already plenty of infographics out there on the subject of HTML5, why not do something that would stand out. The big idea? If it’s all about HTML5, why not animate the infographic using HTML5?
Creating HTML emails that will look awesome on the dozens of email programs out there is tricky. If you’re new to the email world (or have picked up HTML in the last several years), learning how to get an email to look good can be a little like figuring out whatever happened to Jimmy Hoffa.
HTML 5 aims to improve upon its predecessors by enhancing the language and support while still being compatible and understandable by current media devices and web browsers. This infographic from Dot Com Infoway explains the compatibility with the various, existing web browsers.