HTML5 Tutorial – 4 – Adding the Meat!

Date: December 23, 2011 |admin | Web Development

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studioslime

Date: November 8, 2011 |

Are you planning on showing us how to code a dynamic website in html5? Because that would be epic!

TheMarcopoloscurse

Date: November 8, 2011 |

good job bucky. Are you going to get into rss feeds and how to set them up properly?
CSS setup for googlebots and so on.
and how to set up the web info page info in HTML5 as opposed to Basic XHTML

ahmed172006

Date: November 8, 2011 |

Thanks Very much for your efforts

Videohochlader10

Date: November 8, 2011 |

I look all this series now for the 5th time ;D

CoolDutchProductions

Date: November 11, 2011 |

why are titles smaller then subtitles now? :S

brenttauro

Date: November 11, 2011 |

“Addin The MEAT!” nice title :)

Admiral3131

Date: November 12, 2011 |

Why not just use divs?

supersayin201

Date: November 12, 2011 |

@Admiral3131 because these are lot easier to use and read than div tags

lagercrew

Date: November 12, 2011 |

to save more kb of text and page load time !

crpimachine

Date: November 15, 2011 |

you’re a beast bucky !

ILoveTheBeyond

Date: November 20, 2011 |

Does anyone notice this weird thing that h2 is bigger than h1 in the header of an article?

Programming12

Date: November 25, 2011 |

@PotadoTomado LOL

aaron4tc

Date: November 25, 2011 |

Excellent explanation! Btw, the second -ul- tag should be a closing tag -/ul-

pivotofpower

Date: November 27, 2011 |

@ILoveTheBeyond Yeah… I saw that too. Whats up with that?

ILoveTheBeyond

Date: November 27, 2011 |

@pivotofpower It seems like in html5, an h1 tag in sections nested n levels deep is treated as h(n+1), here “sections” refers to those semantic tags like section, article, nav, etc. Here, h1 was inside an “article” that was again inside a “section”, which made h1 an h3 eventually, and h2 hasn’t got affected.

WestBuiltAMountain

Date: November 27, 2011 |

I like your tutorials – but I really think you should run the program/whatever at the end of each lesson to show what it’s done (and at least include something in each lesson that noticeably changes something). It sometimes feels a little dry when you end a lesson and aren’t sure what it should look like/do, exactly.

MessDesigns

Date: December 1, 2011 |

“eva”

cineyseriesdeTV

Date: December 14, 2011 |

@thenewboston


syco1986

Date: December 14, 2011 |

HTML 5 seems like a lot more of work and im not seeing much improvement in my work

BosErikoReyes

Date: December 17, 2011 |

Why is H2 bigger than H1? xD

DoomVik

Date: December 19, 2011 |

Boring? I am freaking amazed with this!

mLovelady30

Date: December 20, 2011 |

thegoodteacher(dot)com

cvcnet

Date: December 22, 2011 |

dude… the ul not closed is freaking me out…

xXxDiukexXx

Date: December 23, 2011 |

@BosErikoReyes IMO it’s because H stands for Header, usually, if you see in a newspaper the first header is always bigger, then comes the second wich is more little… and so on ;)

xXxDiukexXx

Date: December 23, 2011 |

@cvcnet OCD much?

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