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Links 1 through 10 of 212 by Rob Crowther tagged Tips

If you've switched from floats to inline-block for your layouts then this article has some useful tips.

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Great introduction to some of the new features in HTML5.

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A good introduction to the various possibilities available to you with attribute selectors.

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An easy to follow summary of things you should learn as you move from novice towards jQuery master.

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If you add content to an element with innerHTML before it's appended to the document, the html5shiv won't work and the element will be unstyled.

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Many of us, when we were learning JavaScript, saw example code which stopped an event's default action by issuing a return false - it's quick, easy and works cross browser, however it may not be what you really want to do.

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A nice introduction to HTML5 Forms and a JavaScript library to add support in older browsers.

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Thunderbird 3 is broken in many ways and one of them is that it struggles to sort by thread many messages which v2 had no problem with. After fuming quietly about this for many months I have finally discovered that the broken threading is all down to three settings.

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A library of effects to style text in SVG.

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For a small library jQuery has a lot of functionality, there have been several occassions where I've discovered the reason I was finding it so hard to accomplish what I needed was because I was using the wrong method. This blog post highlights many of the places where that is likely to happen.

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