HTML5 (Hyper Text Markup Language, version 5) is an umbrella term for recent web technologies. It is also the latest iteration of HTML, and became a W3C Recommendation in October 2014, introducing new elements and APIs.

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Schema.org combining different categories

This is the follow up version of a previous question on combining different categories and their properties. The home page contains the overarching company information. The product page contains ...
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Is this viewport code correct? [closed]

I am checking the viewport part of my code in Google page Speed and Mobile-Friendly test. I get an error message that the page is not mobile friendly because it the Content is Wider Than the Screen: ...
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Schema.org microdata code check

I updated my code based on the feedback from my previous question. There is one for the home page and one for the product pages: Home page code: ...
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Schema.org Microdata broadest tag check

I have defined the tag that can sit on all the pages of my website and be easily integrated into the admin tool. It is the broadest category with properties that are relevant for all pages. Can you ...
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Enlighten Designs Tutorial - HTML5 Markup

I have taken the following design from a tutorial done in 2006, and have decided to markup it up in HTML5. The design is as follows: My markup is as follows: ...
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Judgement calls in applying basic HTML5 elements

Having developed a page in HTML4 I'm looking to improve my page by developing it in HTML5 and specifically looking to use the header, nav, section, article, aside and footer elments. I realise its a ...
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Bootstrap Comment post HTML markup

I am creating styles for the comment posts for a projects using BootStrap. I am wondering if this is good HTML markup and the extending of BootStrap's CSS. Using HTML5 markup recommendations the HTML ...
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Fibonacci checker

I wrote a simple Fibonacci checker using HTML, CSS, and JS. This is my first JS program, so be sure to tell me everything that is wrong with it. Check it out here (http://jsfiddle.net/z49fyypt/1/), ...
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Cardshifter website meta-tags for SEO

I have written the following meta-tags for SEO, please let me know if you think this could use any improvement. I have used this article to help me put it together. I have left out the page content on ...
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Who's in the fellowship? When are Frodo, and the rest of the gang, together

As a variant on the fizzbuzz concept, and as an exercise for learning JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS (I know none of them very well). The regular fizzbuzz is somewhat tired, but having a web-based, ...
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Canvas color detection

I am coding a game, and I need to detect the color of a rectangles on a canvas, by moving a character and touching them, so that a message will be displayed "this is magenta" and so on. Please find ...
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Simple use of mouse clicks to position a ball

Here's a simple program I wrote to teach myself the basics of using a mouse for a potential HTML5/JavaScript game. The thing that tripped me up was event.clientX ...
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Simple example to get started with a browser based game

Here is a "hello world" simple skeleton I wrote to get started on an HTML5/javascript game. I converted it from a python example provided in Coursera's "An Introduction to Interactive Programming in ...
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Visual increment and decrement button controls in jQuery

I currently have a working implementation of a + and - tank level thingy (I don't really know what to call it). In which will be able to 'add' or 'remove' so-called 'liquid' from the container. ...
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Simon says HTML5

Here's a little game written in HTML5 using bleeding edge audio. Since I don't do much HTML5 or Javascript, I'm particularly interested in: Structure Is this a reasonable way to structure the ...
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HTML5 Elements - First markup

This is my first website. I would like to make sure that: I am using HTML5 sectioning elements correctly. I didn't forgot anything important for HTML5 compatibility like ...
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Interdependent color swatch widgets

To illustrate some algorithmic problems I found while writing this code review, I needed to include a live demonstration, which I implemented using a Stack Snippet with Angular.js. The demonstration ...
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Cleaning up a custom checkbox implemented using the shadow DOM

I'm porting Google's "paper elements" checkbox out of Polymer. This implementation doesn't use two-way data-binding. Instead, it relies on a few event handlers. Everything works, but it feels pretty ...
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Form submit using POST handled in PHP

I have this code working for submitting a form using PHP and HTML (Bootstrap). I did not post the CSS, so I hope this is not an issue. I am interested if this code is clean, following good practices, ...
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Canvas/JS banner with Flash

Here is my first Canvas/JS banner. I just got a flash one and hand-coded it from the beginning to the end. I have several major concerns/questions: I have seen several banners made in Adobe Flash, ...
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Transparent encryption of HTML5 storage engine(s)

I am looking for feedback and possible suggestions regarding a piece of JS code that performs transparent symmetric encryption/decryption of user specified data using the HTML5 ...
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Refactored nearly identical HTML forms

I have two forms in my HTML page. Both share a set of input elements (not a part of any of the forms, but rather residing separately). Besides that, the forms have their own input elements as well. ...
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Make website design more elegant and have better compatibility

This is my very first website which is going to be published online. Along the way it's gonna be a complete website. Now, firstly, I am a very beginner in this field, and I want to be a good web ...
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Traversing a tile-based 2D-array map using keyboard controls

I've produced the beginnings of an RPG-style game using HTML5 and canvas. So far you can use the keyboard controls WASD to move an avatar around a simple tile-based map. The map is constructed of ...
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Paper.js slow resize

I'm currently in the process of redesigning and coding my website, for which I'm wanting to use paper.js to draw on canvas. Currently the only project page I have is using a basic random ball ...
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First WordPress template

I wrote my first template, but didn't include any styling. What do you think? What's good what's bad? ...
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A more efficient/cleaner way of scrolling a div's contents in HTML

My current code for scrolling an image contained within a div is: ...
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More maintainable API for wysihtml5 widget

For an HTML calendar with jQuery, I put in event listeners to enable jQuery drag-and-drop that reads and writes to persistence using HTTP get and post with JSON structures. Now I'd like to make the ...
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Loading div sections from separate files

I am loading divs from separate HTML files into a div on the index.html page. This is being done using jQuery's ...
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Cordova file management (Any chance for Apple rejection?)

I am making an application using Phonegap where users can select and share files. When the user selects it, even if it goes offline or closes the app, I should upload it back to the server, so I need ...
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Fictional Hotel Website

I've made a fictional hotel website that shows you hotel details when you click on a button. jsFiddle ...
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Web page for blog post demonstration

I am a CSS and HTML5 newbie. I'm creating a minimal web page to demonstrate something in a blog post. So although it doesn't need to look great, I would like it to make sure it's solid. It has no ...
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HTML 5 Blog Layout / Markup

I'm creating a WordPress theme in HTML 5 which is relatively new to me. I've read up on it and I read things that seem to contradict one another or differing opinions. One of the big things is where ...
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Can I use a header tag in footer inside section?

I want to know if I can use a header tag in footer inside section. I also want to know if this follows SEO. For example, I made four section boxes in footer: ...
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Can the performance of this canvas drawImage() test be improved?

I have a quite simple loop that draws an 8px by 8px image many times in a canvas in a tiling fashion. Currently it's drawing 7500 images each loop. See the jsfiddle. ...
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HTML5 Tic-Tac-Toe game

I created an HTML5/JS tic-tac-toe game as an exercise and wanted some advice on my js code. A couple of questions: How can I improve the reset method? (currently reloads the page/re-initializes ...
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Is the Button, an <a> element with svg code and hidden link content inside, ARIA conform and well laid out?

I have an a element for a button. The SVG snippet inside links to the containing SVG file at the top of the body. ...
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Tritium website

I am working on my Tritium website (hosted on Github: feel free to fork and send pull requests), and now am looking for a review of it. If you are looking to critique the design of the website, ...
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Canvas loading animation - follow-up

This is kind of a follow-on from here: Canvas animation I've been trying to copy the following GIF animation using a canvas. I have re-factored the code following Stuart's pointers and wanted to ...
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Best way to handle tap gestures

I'm building a small web app primarily for mobile use. I have some widgets that need to handle tap gestures in the expected way, and I don't feel this one feature is reason enough to include JQuery ...
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Simple CSS Parser

I wrote a very simple CSS parser and would appreciate some general feedback regarding the security, code style etc... Basically, this does the following: Take user's uploaded CSS file Save it to ...
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Moving shapes to random locations on hover [closed]

What I'm trying to achieve: So this JavaScript code create circles and rectangles on the html canvas at random positions (x, y). What I want to do is whenever the user hovers over a shape, I want the ...
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Layout of two different styles of event labels with CSS

I have two types of event labels. The HTML markup is: ...
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Feed API to display RSS feeds Ted talk

I am trying to create a webpage that will read RSS feeds from the TED talk website and display it on a page. I am using Google's Feed API for this. Here is the link to view the code online. Could ...
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Snake game with canvas element code

I created a classic snake game in the canvas element. I have not considered best practices when doing this, I just wanted to finish it first. Now it's time to improve the coding practice. You can ...
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HTML & CSS code for small responsive test project based on Bootstrap 3

Don't pay attention to the menu being awful above 789px. The "theoretical" task was to support only tablets and smartphones and I didn't bother to make the menu look fine on other devices. Just ...
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Is there a more semantic way to markup Price Lists? Example as Table and as Description List

I have a pricing list that I can make sense of as both a table and as a description list. Using a table feels hackish. I thought a dl might be appropriate because description lists "are useful for ...
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Correct way to center logo and navigation

I'm new to CSS and HTML and while I've achieved a centering of the logo and navigation links, it feels wrong. I'm developing a site for a small non-profit for a side project. I have a logo next to a ...
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Movie tickets booking system (Frontend only)

I developed this tickets booking system recently to showcase HTML5 features. I would like you to review it from the UI/UX perspective. Also if there is something more that I can add. Is it good ...
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Testimonial section CSS inheritance and proper use of HTML5 elements

I created this testimonial section as a prototype. HTML ...