HTML Grid Layout

Grid Layout Enhances the Aesthetics of a Website and Provides Exemplary User Experience

Way back in history, especially during the Renaissance, the great masters of art harped on the importance of proportion and golden ratio, while describing a piece of art. The reason being it makes the piece of work aesthetically pleasing, and it keeps the artwork at par with the other elements in the universe. The same rule is applicable also while creating or designing a website. For any website design to be effective, it is not about the layout or the different themes used in it, but also about the balance or order that is visually prominent while viewing the website. … Continue Reading…

7 Predictions About 2014

7 Predictions About 2014

As 2014 is already here, we are here too, with our predictions and hopes for the year and from the year. Without beating around the bush, lets see what these predictions are. It Will Be All About SmartPhones Although for North Americans and West Europeans, this might sound a bit strange, as you are already having the best Apple, Samsung, Sony or HTC has to offer, it is not till middle of 2013 when the sales of smartphones started to match the predictions in the regions like Asia, South America or Eastern Europe. We have said this umpteen number of … Continue Reading…

HTML 5 and CSS 3 Elements: Visual Effects, Table Styles and Custom Fonts (Part 1)

This article comprises of a number of different articles revolving around HTML 5 & CSS 3. This is the second in the series. The previous piece of writing was the introduction and was entitled: ‘HTML 5 & CSS 3: Provide Great Benefits in Future Web Design. HTML 5 spells an Online Revolution’ If you are new to this topic or would like a brief overview of the subject it is advised to skim through the introduction that accompanies this collection.

What is HTML5

HTML was developed by the W3C until 2004, when members of the HTML working group grew disturbed with the direction the W3C was going with HTML. They felt that the W3C was not paying enough attention to the real-world development needs of the language and focusing too much on XML and XHTML. So they formed a new group called WHATWG (Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group) devoted to evolving the Web. They started by working on a new specification of HTML – HTML 5. HTML 5 is a new version of HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.0 focusing on the needs of Web … Continue Reading…