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The web is a wonderful thing, literally brimming with resources and tutorials for people wanting to learn HTML5. But, sometimes, too much choice can be confusing, so we’ve picked five top sites that will really help you get to grips with it.
The Mozilla Developer Network is a fantastic resource for web developers. Organized by topics, it provides documentation about extensions, themes, applications, frameworks and technologies – including an excellent in-depth section on HTML5. Not only does it discuss the fundamentals of HTML5, there’s also a section which points you in the direction of other online resources on the subject.
For everything HTML, head over to HTML5 Doctor where you will find articles on everything you might need as well as an awesome ‘Ask the Doctor’ Q&A section, in which top advocates of the technology, including Bruce Lawson, Remy Sharp, and Rick Clark, answer on a regular basis. A brilliant resource.
Web developer Jeremy Keith has taken the 900-page, hard-to-read HTML5 spec and created a much more user-friendly 85-page version with HTML5 for Web Designers. Among the pages, Keith cuts to the chase, explaining what accessible, content-focused standards-based web designers and front-end developers need to know clearly and with easy to understand, practical examples. You have to pay for it, but the e-version is a steal at just $9.
Dive into HTML5 by Mark Pilgrim is a fantastic resource to help you really get to grips with the basics of HTML5. In depth and detailed, this online book will help you get to grips with the semantics of new elements, playing video without Flash, local storage, offline apps, manipulating browser history and much more.
HTML5 Please is an awesome HTML5 tool, giving users the power to “use the new and shiny responsibly”. This great resource helps you choose and look up features of HTML5 you can use and provides advice in making decisions about how to implement the computer language into your projects.