HTML5 is an effective and increasingly used language for both developers and designers to use to structure and present content. Whether to make websites more functional and user-friendly, deliver video faster, or even build desktop level web applications. Here are 8 simplified tools for HTML5 coding:
Initializr is an HTML5 templates generator to help you getting started with an HTML5 project. It is built on HTML5 Boilerplate, a powerful HTML5 template created by Paul Irish and Divya Manian. Initializr will generate for you a clean customizable template based on Boilerplate with just what you need to start.
Validation of your code is often overlook in the benefits that provides developers and designers. It’s possible to code HTML and have websites to initially work properly. But all coding languages have rules for properly syntax, grammar and vocabulary and browsers problems could arise in times when the browser receives new updates to keep with the online advances.
Those who don’t take their time to validate their HTML websites may find that their newly website may work well initially but problems will arise later to the design code being 100% right plus validating your code will make you a better coder in the later in your career. Today we will be going through the reason why you should always validate.
Nearly every one in the world has received an email in their lifetime and Email Direct Marking Campaigns ( or EDM’s for short) are increasingly becoming a more popular method of communication. Today post will focus on 12 tips and tricks that you need to be aware of before you start designing and coding an HTML email.
1. Scrap <div>’s use <table>’s instead.
Most web designers are used to design websites using div’s and really don’t worry about using tables because they are the devil but when you start to coding a HTML email you will need to use tables and even sometimes tables within tables to accomplish the desired design.