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Microsoft's modern.IE

Microsoft is pushing the use of HTML5 and CSS3 more than ever. They have just released an online testing plateform to help you support Internet Explorer: modern.IE A new set of tools to help you support modern and older...


Ø 10 tips for designing mobile websites

A nice and clean compilation of what you should know and take care of when designing or `mobilizing` a web site, by Keegan Street. The article includes many relevant links to other resources on the web. Via @zeldman Thursday...


Ø HTML5 presentation (in HTML5)

«HTML5 - Web Development to the next level» is a nifty presentation of HTML5 and other next generation technologies of the web development stack. Javascript new APIs are brilliantly presented complete with inline examples, as are HTML5's new semantic...


Ø HTML5 and CSS3 readiness

A cool visualisation of browser support per HTML5/CSS3 feature. Each browser is represented with a tile on the bar and gets an equal width of space, so if you see a bar that is full, that means that feature...


Ø The HTML5 test

How well does your browser support HTML5? http://html5test.com/ An interesting browser tester that complements nicely findmebyIP....


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Hello, my name is David Roessli. I am a freelance web designer and developer based in Geneva, Switzerland.

This weblog is an nth attempt to solve my multiple online personalities and weblog/rss feeds burnout issues. (more)

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