HTML5 is loaded with useful features to help you max out your web site's look and functionality. If you are new to or unfamiliar with HTML5, however, you will probably need some pointers on how to reach its full potential. Here are some tutorials that can help you get your feet wet and experience what HTML5 has to offer.
How to create a drop down menu with HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery
Drop down menus are a great way to make your site's navigation functional but clean at the same time. By reading this tutorial, you will learn how to create a drop down menu using HTML5, CSS3, and jQuery in very little time. The example used in the tutorial uses various elements and styles, and it also offers fallbacks for older browsers.
How to draw with HTML5 canvas
This tutorial takes canvas, introduces it briefly, and gives you instructions on how to implement it. You'll start off with a basic drawing, then move into effects and transformations. The tutorial also dabbles in animations, the display of non-standard fonts, and even embedded drawing applications that will let your visitors test out their drawing skills.
Anyone looking at getting into the app development process should take a look at this HTML5 tutorial, especially if those apps are going to be location-based. Considering how pretty much all smartphones now come loaded with GPS capabilities, using geolocation in apps is a smart idea.
After reading this tutorial, you will know the ins and outs of HTML5's geolocation capabilities. It's very detailed, and jumps into various topics on the subject, such as how browser geolocation works, how to use the getCurrentPosition API, what exactly geolocation data entails, how to display a map using geolocation data, and more. There's no excuse to not use the benefits and technology that geolocation provides, so visiting this tutorial is a good first step at implementing it on your own projects.
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