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HTML5 and … why it’s too early to use it in most of your projects

Well, today I decided to look into HTML5 and some statistics around it. First thing first – I went to the following page: and checked what is worth considering “an actual browser”. Here we go – my screenshot: Unfortunately most commonly used version of IE is… IE 8. Everything below, let’s say 3.5% (I […]

Posted on March 14, 2012 at 16:53 by admin · Permalink · Leave a comment
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Thoughts about HTML and development. HTML Nazi.

Well, being a Russian Grammar Nazi, as it seems, now I am starting to pick up the same approach in HTML (4.01 transitional / XHTML 1.1 transitional / … ). So, if you ask me, what can a real HTML Nazi hero do?   Step 1: First of all –  your pages must have Uber […]

Posted on February 27, 2012 at 21:06 by admin · Permalink · Leave a comment
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Not very often used HTML tags

We all know <form> tag, as well as <ul><li> and so on… but how many of web developers used good old (and sometimes not just usefull, but VERY usefull) html tags in forms: <fieldset> <legend> and <optgroup label=”label”></optgroup> in <select> ? here are two good samples to use (taken from my new template engine version): […]

Posted on February 16, 2009 at 14:54 by admin · Permalink · Leave a comment
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