Posted: June 28th, 2011 | Author: Justin Avery | Filed under: Recommended Reading | Tags: CSS, Easy Reading, HTML5, Recommended Reading, Resources | 1 Comment »
Comparrison Layout of Engines (CSS) – This Wikipedia article compares the different functions from CSS versions and which rendering engines support (rather than looking at the browser).
Wikipedia Compatibility Table CSS
Can I use – This is a great tool for you to check the support for the HTML5 and CSS3 elements you are looking to use. Start here and build up a list of what you would like to use, and see where you’re going to need you graceful degradation.
Can I Use Compatability Search
CSS Live Blog from London – This comes from our fellow Web Standards Organisation from London where they had three excellent speakers discussing CSS3.
They usually film each of the sessions so once that is put up online we’ll post that for you to see.
- Dissection of New Twitter — Makayla Lewis @maccymacx
- Transitions, Transforms, Animations — Inayaili de León (@yaili)
- The CSS3 of Tomorrow — Peter Gasston
Posted: March 31st, 2011 | Author: Justin Avery | Filed under: Recommended Reading, Resources | Tags: Recommended Reading, Resources, WaSP | No Comments »
WebStandardsSherpa.com is a relatively new site that has been planned put together and released through the Web Standards Project (WaSP) to provide web professionals the opportunity to receive feedback, glean advice and learn best practices from experts in the field to help them improve the quality of their own work.
We should take note of what is being said in these reviews as well because they have an extroidinary team of authors including Read the rest of this entry »