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HTML5 and CSS3: does now really mean now?

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Code at http://people.opera.com/cmills/css3book/css3-html5-dnrmn.zip. The browser vendors love them! The browser fans and cutting edge designers are producing some really remarkable stuff, but what do ...

Code at http://people.opera.com/cmills/css3book/css3-html5-dnrmn.zip. The browser vendors love them! The browser fans and cutting edge designers are producing some really remarkable stuff, but what do HTML5 and CSS3 really mean for you, the pragmatic designer on the street? If you sidle up to one of those guys and whisper "but what about IE6 support", they are likely to slap you in the face, or run away with their hands clamped over their ears, yelling "la lala lala, I can't hear you." In this talk, Chris Mills will have a look at some of the new features of HTML5 and CSS3 - new semantics, video, media queries, rounded corners, web fonts, drop shadows and more. He will show real world examples, and then look at how they actually perform on those shady older browsers we are often called on to support. He will then look at strategies for providing support for those older browsers, including using JavaScript, fallbacks, and progressive enhancement.

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