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Kings of Code

Chris Heilmann talks about HTML5 and CSS3 at the the Kings of Code conference in Amsterdam, he explains in depth about all the new goodies in HTML5 and how CSS3 empowers us to make slicker and faster websites without using images.

Make sure to open a 33 minute window in your schedule as it’s worth every minute to listen to.

Kings of Code

CSS Off

I have signed up for this and you should to as it sounds like a lot of fun and there is some great prizes at the finish line.

The PSD for the CSSOff is going to drop on October 20, 2011. You’ll have exactly 2 weeks (until November 3) to code up and submit your final conversion. Follow the title link to the official page where can check out the amazing prizes, read up on the rules, and sign up to compete.

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Learn the ways of the web for FREE!

Yep you read that right, 2 very talented web designers took the concept of learning to a new level by making videos that are user friendly for those people who may only know how to use Photoshop or are a professional photographer by day.

Jessica Hische & Russ Maschmeyer the 2 great minds behind this concept designed the videos so that anyway can be a web designer no matter what skills you have, the content is very in depth but won’t go over your head so don’t worry about getting lost as it almost impossible with these 2 minds at the helm.

So get dug in and enjoy and it looks like a great day for you to start learning the ways of the web.

Don’t Fear the Internet →

Today Chris Coyier well known for his public talks about pseudo selectors in CSS3 has brought us a video explaining his thoughts on how to write very lightweight markup using HTML5, the topic is very heated and a lot of debate still rages on about the correct ways to write semantic HTML5 markup but at the end we all achieve the result we seek.

In the video Chris dives into his true thoughts about what he believes makes great and lightweight semantic markup by taking a PSD and picturing it as plain text code in an HTML file, without further a due click the below link and hope you enjoy the video as much as i did.

http://css-tricks.com/video-screencasts/100-lets-write-semantic-markup/

HTML5 Boilerplate 2.0 released

Paul Irish and the development crew for the most comprehensive boilerplate ever released have today released the second edition to the family, it consists of IE 6 users been forced to use Chrome frame and normalizer instead of reset CSS. See the following link for the full scoop on this fantastic new release.

http://paulirish.com/2011/html5-boilerplate-hits-2-0/

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