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Force a Download with HTML5

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HTML5 is the greatest version of HTML ever! (Well, at least until the next awesome version comes out). I just learned how trivially easy it is to force downloads with HTML5. I was just trying to force a download of a PDF file because the customers need to sign it and send it back and

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Learn RWD, HTML, and CSS by Video

Are you interested in learning something new?

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You can learn something new right now from InformIT. And if you use the coupon code SPRINGVID you can save 70% now through May 30, 2017. You can learn Responsive Web Design or HTML and CSS from me, and for a much cheaper price. There is also the Front End Web Development Complete Video Course that I helped out with.

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Do Hackers Care About Your Meta CharSet?

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The other day, I got this question about the meta charset tag in the mail: “Would you be so kind as to explain to me, in logical terms, how in 7 hecks does the presence of: <meta charset="utf-8"> is supposed to affect a ‘hacker attack’ in accordance to your book? I literally cannot imagine hackers caring much

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So Excited about image-set() Notation!

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As I’ve been writing my next book on forgotten features of CSS, I have been coming across some really cool things. It’s been hard to keep up the writing as I get so excited about actually using the features that CSS provides. Today I was working on  image-set()  and in doing my testing I realized that my dual

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Moving Code Samples to GitHub

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Things are moving slowly, but they are moving. I have gotten the Bootstrap book code samples up on GitHub. So those of you who wanted to download them all at once, you now can. I’ll be adding the code from my other books to GitHub as soon as I can. If you notice an error

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Error in RWD code

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In LISTING 18.3 “CSS for a Responsive Form” (page 257) I include a position for the label of an input box to hide it from view. But the position values I used would cause the browser to create massive scrollbars both vertical and horizontal. The incorrect CSS is:

This is easily corrected by positioning

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