HTML5 Pocket Reference (5th Edition)

HTML5 Pocket Reference (5th Edition)

Jennifer Niederst Robbins

Language: English

Pages: 184

ISBN: 1449363350

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Need help finding the right HTML5 element or attribute for your web page or application? HTML5 Pocket Reference is the classic reference that web designers and developers have been keeping close at hand for more than thirteen years.

This fifth edition has been updated to reflect the current state of HTML5, including the HTML5 Candidate Recommendation, the emerging HTML5.1 Working Draft, and the living WHATWG standard.

Features include:
* An alphabetical listing of every element and attribute in HTML5, HTML5.1, and the WHATWG living standard
* Descriptions, markup examples, content categories, content models, and start- and end-tag requirements for every element
* At-a-glance notes indicating the differences between the HTML5 specifications and HTML 4.01
* Useful charts of special characters
* An overview of HTML5 APIs

If you're an experienced web designer or developer who needs a quick resource for working with established web standards, this handy book is indispensable.

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Multiple dt elements for a dd or vice versa (see Examples). Note The dl element was defined as a “definition list” in HTML 4.01. Usage Categories:Flow content, palpable content (if the element’s children contain at least one name-value pair) Permitted contexts:Where flow content is expected Permitted content:Zero or more groups, each consisting of one or more dt elements followed by one or more dd elements Start/end tags:Required/Required Attributes HTML5 Global Attributes Examples.

String"WHATWG only. Allows authors to specify alternative images for different viewport sizes and higher pixel densities. The value is a comma-separated list of image locations with a descriptor that specifies the device requirements for its use. For example, srcset="image-HD.jpg 2x, image-phone.jpg 240w" instructs user agents to use image-HD.jpg if the display has double pixel density (such as the Apple Retina display) and to use image-phone.png if the device width is up to 240 pixels.

Rules. Usage Categories:Flow content, phrasing content, palpable content Permitted contexts:Where phrasing content is expected Permitted content:Transparent (derives from content model of parent element) Start/end tags:Required/Required Attributes HTML5 Global Attributes cite="URL"Can be set to point to a source document that explains why the document was changed. datetime="YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssTZD"Specifies the date and time the change was made. See the del element listing for an.

Track elements, then transparent but with no audio or video element descendants. If it does not have a src attribute, then zero or more source elements, then zero or more track elements, then transparent but with no audio or video descendants. Start/end tags:Required/Required Attributes HTML5 Global Attributes autoplay (autoplay="autoplay" in XHTML)Makes the media file start playing automatically. controls (controls="controls" in XHTML)Indicates that the user agent (browser) should display a.

Attributesinput type="image”, input type="image"script element, Attributessource element, Attributestrack element, Attributesvideo element, Attributessrcdoc attribute, iframe element, Attributessrclang attribute, track element, Attributessrcset attribute, img element, Attributesstart attribute, ol element, Attributesstep attributeinput element, Attributesinput type="datetime-local”, input type="datetime-local"input type="datetime”, input type="datetime"input type="date”, input type="date"input.

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