[Novalug] HTML Primer for old html-ers??
varokan at movingsatellites.com
Wed Dec 26 13:42:05 EST 2007
I figure there are three basic ways to learn HTML
1) You use something link Frontpage / Quanta (
2) You do your basic HTML ( as I do most of the time )
3) You develop rich web based apps like my web OS (
Version 3 is more like programming then web design but you get a huge
amount of freedom on what you want to do. I personally use
http://QooxDoo.org but you can also use any other toolset out there.
I am really excited BTW about the new features like built in SVG support
( or the Canvas tag ) which will be a cool open standards way to replace
greg pryzby wrote:
> So when I write HTML I remember what I did 10 years (or maybe more) ago
> and pretty much use the same tages.
> Is there a primer anyone knows of that gives the basics of the new tags
> and how to use them? I guess CSS is part of the learning now (or I
> should say how the two are married).
> I look at the stuff and can figure it out, but I didn't know if there
> was a good reference I can use to 'update my knowledge'
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