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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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HTML5 Cheat Sheet

HTML5 Cheat Sheet

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I built an HTML5 cheat sheet for myself, so that I could make sure that my tag libraries were up-to-date and so on. And then when I finished, I realized that this might be something you would like too. It is a PDF file listing all the HTML5 elements, what they are and whether they are

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The Lazy Way to Mobile-Friendly

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Or How I Made a Simple Change on a Bootstrap Site to Please Google Like most web designers I know, I am frantically trying to get many websites mobile-friendly in time for Google’s deadline of April 21st. Knowing that Bootstrap is a very mobile-friendly framework, I have been migrating a lot of the sites I

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Basics of HTML5

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HTML5 is no more difficult to learn than any other version of HTML. But there are a few things you can do to make it easier and more cost-effective to using it. Start with the Doctype The easiest way to start using HTML5 is to change the doctype you use in your documents. You can

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Not all design testing tools are created equal

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I’ve noticed lately a proliferation of websites like Responsive Design Testing Tool which claim to offer a way to test your responsive web designs in different browser or device widths. I happily began testing some of the pages I design and noticed that they didn’t look right—the designs weren’t responding to the width. After checking

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How familiar are you with HTML5?

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I thought it would be fun to do a short quiz on HTML5. You might be surprised at how much you already know about HTML5. Some of these questions have more than one correct answer. [mtouchquiz id=1 list=off]

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I’m loving SVG

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One of the great things about HTML5 is that there is a proposal in the W3C  to allow HTML5 and XHTML to include SVG inline in the documents. But what’s especially great is that if you’re using a modern browser (IE 9+, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, or Opera) you can embed SVG graphics in your HTML5 documents

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