Contents tagged “HTML”

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  1. For language changes inside a paragraph, MDN suggests we can use the i element:
    https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/HTML/Element/i

    That's what I thought was one of the new use cases for i.

    A @[email protected] page about “Declaring language in HTML” (so @[email protected] ?) says we should use a span, div or bdi:
    https://www.w3.org/International/questions/qa-html-language-declarations.en#usingspan

    So no i after all?

  2. screenshot of Alt vs Figcaption

    Elaina Natario

    Alt vs Figcaption

    While both the alt attribute and the figcaption element provide a way to describe images, the way we write for them is different. alt descriptions should be functional; figcaption descriptions should be editorial or illustrative.

  3. screenshot of The unreasonable effectiveness of simple HTML

    Terence Eden avatar Terence Eden

    The unreasonable effectiveness of simple HTML

    Are you developing public services? Or a system that people might access when they’re in desperate need of help? Plain HTML works. A small bit of simple CSS will make look decent. JavaScript is probably unnecessary – but can be used to progressively enhance stuff. Add alt text to images so people paying per MB can understand what the images are for (and, you know, accessibility).

  4. screenshot of Can I email ___ ?

    Rémy Parmentier avatar Rémy Parmentier

    Can I email ___ ?

    Rémy and a few others launched an awesome resource for people who plan to struggle with rich email using HTML and CSS, which are not well supported in most email clients.

  5. screenshot of The practical value of semantic HTML

    Bruce Lawson avatar Bruce Lawson

    The practical value of semantic HTML

    We’re seeing more and more types of devices connecting to the web, and semantic HTML can help these devices display your content in a more usable way to their owners. And if your site is more usable than your competitors’, you win, and your boss will erect a massive gold statue of you in the office car park.

  6. Photo.fr n'est pas en form

    Sur son site déjà récemment revu, le célèbre magazine Photo a prévu la possibilité pour les internaute de saisir leur adresse e-mail afin d'être prévenus de la sortie du futur nouveau site. Sauf que le champ n'est pas dans un formulaire, et est donc inopérant.

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