Hello Everyone! We are happy to see you back for our weekly countdown. This week we have some advises, good news and a little creative gaming to take a break of so many things happening in the world.
Lets’ get it started! Here are the most awesome articles of the week:
· First we have: Cross-Browser HTML5 Placeholder Text
This article talks about how HTML5 is being able to add placeholder text to input fields. Placeholder attribute allows you to display text in a form input when it is empty. This tutorial will show you how to use Modernizr to detect if placeholder is supported, or else use jQuery to display the fallback placeholder text dynamically. We hope all PSD to HTML coders pay attention to this; remember we have to be updated constantly in order to give our clients the very best Pixel Perfect!
· On second place we have: HTML5 Compendium
There are good people in the world and MediaLoot HTML5 compendium is definitely one of them. These guys are constantly updating reference for web designers and developers who want to start using the new features of it. Here you can find the tag reference, browser compatibility, some semantics, a basic autopsy of its skeleton and how are the browsers supporting <audio> and <video> tags. Throw your questions at them, you will receive an answer!
· Why a Web Development Company is Important to Your Business by C. Hughes
Here is a little opinion on the benefits of hiring a Web Development Company how their PSD to HTML coders are more experience than so many out there and a good plus is they work as a team, ok Google do is everybody best friend but sometimes is easier to ask the person next to you. It also states the importance of taking time to complete comprehensive analysis about any web development company that you be contemplating working with.
· On fourth place we have: With +1, Google Is Going Right After Facebook And Twitter by Nicholas Carlson
Talking of the devil, here comes Google with its new ally to conquer the world, +1 is a button that users can click on blue links in Google Search results to say, “This is something you should check out!”
We like this idea, thanks to this, you can know a general opinion of what you are searching or looking at is worth your time, this will force all general web users to do our best, are you up to it? +1 buttons will be everywhere you see we bet it would be great for e-Commerce pages too. In short Google is playing with the big boys of social media now.
· And last but not least we have number 5: Apps to Keep Your Mind Sharp by Lee Gustin
A way to keep your brain sharp and quick, but can also be a lot of fun are puzzles, yes some might say they are a waste of time but actually it has been proved that it is a great brain exercise, you know is good to get the CSS/HTML codes out of your mind, on a raining Sunday night and just have fun with some of these examples shown in this article.
That is all for now, congratulation to the winners and we hope you have fun reading them!