At the Ref Desk (4/15/18): File under 'Learn Something New Everyday': Wanna print more than one page (say, 2, 4, 9, etc.) on the same side of the paper? That's what the option "Multiple" is for after typing Ctrl-P. (Thanks to the student who figured this out after he asked me and I told him I didn't know.) [more...]

The World of HTML5

Submitted by Leo Klein on Sat, 8/1/09 (3:50pm)

html5.png Now that XHTML2 is officially kaput, I've noticed a number of very helpful posts attempting to get people comfortable with our new upcoming main-squeeze, HTML5.

The ever-wonderful, Smashing Magazine features a good introduction by Tim Wright, called "HTML5 and The Future of the Web". The links and references following the article are particularly helpful.

Even more 'hands-on' is an interesting tutorial called, "HTML 5 and CSS 3: The Techniques You’ll Soon Be Using" from the site, Nettuts+. The goal is to redesign a blog page using, as the title would suggest, HTML5 and CSS3 tagging. This approach is a wonderful way for those familiar with the current state of tagging (say, you and me) to begin grappling with the new system.