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HTML5 – code example of drag and drop on a web page


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I have recently attended a couple of analysts meetings where the subject of HTML5 was a recurring theme.  With my curiosity peeked, I decided to explore what HTML5 has to offer today.  Of particular interest is the drag and drop (d&d) API… as this has always been the holy grail of early HTML practitioners.  What I discovered was very cool… as d&d is now a simple matter of implementing a few effortless method calls.

For my example of d&d, I created a simple network configuration demo that illustrates an administrator UI to provision resources.  You can drag the example resources between zones, add resources to a zone, or simply remove a resource that is no longer required.  I kept my example basic for educational purposes, but as you can see, one could develop a full blown network administration tool using drag & drop as a central element of the user interface.

Here is my example, give it a test drive (requires Firefox 3.5 or greater):

 https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blogs/bobleah/resource/d_and_d.html?lang=en 

The key methods to implement d&d are basic and easily implemented as follows: Leer más “HTML5 – code example of drag and drop on a web page”

What is HTML5? (infographic) & Ultimate HTML5 Cheatsheet

HTML5 is a language for structuring and presenting content for the World Wide Web.Basically, HTML5 is the advanced version of HTML.In particular, HTML5 adds many new syntactical features. These include the , , and elements, as well as the integration of SVG content.

Today we want to share 2 great HTML5 resources.The first one is created by Focus.com which is a HTML5 infographic showing Browser compatibility,HTML readiness and comparison with Flash etc. and
The second one is HTML5 cheatsheet created by Techking.



http://designbeep.com/2011/05/23/what-is-html5-infographic-ultimate-html5-cheatsheet/

HTML5 is a language for structuring and presenting content for the World Wide Web.Basically, HTML5 is the advanced version of HTML.In particular, HTML5 adds many new syntactical features. These include the <video>, <audio>, and <canvas> elements, as well as the integration of SVG content.

Today we want to share 2 great HTML5 resources.The first one is created by Focus.com which is a HTML5 infographic showing Browser compatibility,HTML readiness and comparison with Flash etc. and
The second one is HTML5 cheatsheet created by Techking.

What is HTML5? Leer más “What is HTML5? (infographic) & Ultimate HTML5 Cheatsheet”

The Easiest Way to Create Vertical Text with CSS


The Easiest Way to Create Vertical Text with CSS

http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/html-css-techniques/the-easiest-way-to-create-vertical-text-with-css/

Earlier this morning, I needed to create vertical text for a project I’m working on. After trying out a couple ideas, I took to Twitter to find what sorts of thoughts our followers had on the subject. There were plenty of great responses and ideas that we’ll go over today!

*Note – please refer to “Method 6″ below for more details about proper usage.

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Method 1: <br> Tags

So, one possible (though not recommended) way to achieve vertical text is to add <br> tags after each letter.

  1. <h1>
  2. N <br />E <br />T <br />T <br />U <br />T <br />S
  3. </h1>
<h1>
   N <br />E <br />T <br />T <br />U <br />T <br />S
</h1>
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Don’t use this method. It’s lame and sloppy.


Method 2: Static Wrapping

With this method, we wrap each letter in a span, and then set its display to block within our CSS.

  1. <!DOCTYPE html>
  2. <html>
  3. <head>
  4. <meta charset=utf-8 />
  5. <title>Vertical Text</title>
  6. <style>
  7. h1 span { display: block; }
  8. </style>
  9. </head>
  10. <body>
  11. <h1>
  12. <span> N </span>
  13. <span> E </span>
  14. <span> T </span>
  15. <span> T </span>
  16. <span> U </span>
  17. <span> T </span>
  18. <span> S </span>
  19. </h1>
  20. </body>
  21. </html>
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<meta charset=utf-8 />
<title>Vertical Text</title>

<style>
  h1 span { display: block; }
</style>
</head>
<body>

  <h1>
   <span> N </span>
   <span> E </span>
   <span> T </span>
   <span> T </span>
   <span> U </span>
   <span> T </span>
   <span> S </span>
  </h1>

</body>
</html>
View Demo

The problem with this solution — other than the frightening mark-up — is that it’s a manual process. If the text is generated dynamically from a CMS, you’re out of luck. Don’t use this method. Leer más “The Easiest Way to Create Vertical Text with CSS”

Simple five step plan for just about everyone and everything


The number of people you need to ask for permission keeps going down:

1. Go, make something happen.
2. Do work you’re proud of.

3. Treat people with respect.

4. Make big promises and keep them.

5. Ship it out the door.

When in doubt, see #1.

http://sethgodin.typepad.com/seths_blog/2010/05/simple-five-step-plan-for-just-about-everyone-and-everything.html

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5 Fabulous Links for Web Designers | Carsonified


By Chrissie Brodigan

Hey there!

Hoping you’re doing well post-holiday and post iPad frenzy and feast. It’s Monday, which is when we post our favorite design-related linkage, without further ado:

Wildcard: via nytimesbits “Nooooooo! The guys at Blendtec destroyed an iPad at the first opportunity.”

Please send your links, to new or past projects news@thinkvitamin.com, we’d love to give you some link love!

Handpicked by,
Chrissie (@tenaciouscb)
http://carsonified.com/blog/uncategorized/5-fabulous-links-for-web-designers/

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