Web3 is mentioned everywhere these days, but what is it all about? 16 years ago I wrote about something called Web 3.0, but the vision shared by people back then was based on the recent emerge of Web 2.0.
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Time flies and suddenly ten years have passed since Ethan Marcotte coined the term “responsive design” in his now classic article.
As announced today by its creator Dave Shea, the CSS Zen Garden has reached the venerable age of ten years. When I first saw that site back in 2003, I was blown away by the possibilities of CSS.
I started this site almost 20 years ago and switched to web standards about a decade later. The web was a completely different beast back then, where organizations such as the Web Standards Project (WaSP) were needed to bring order to chaos.
There has been a lot of discussions lately in regard to vendor prefixes. It all began when some non-webkit browser representatives were considering support of the webkit prefix during a CSS Working Group meeting earlier this week.
Apart from the HTML5 bandwagon, Responsive Design was arguably the most discussed topic of 2011. The term was coined by Ethan Marcotte in his article from May 2010.
Bruce Lawson is one of my favorite technical speakers, and it was great to see him at @media conference in London this summer. A few days ago he wrote HTML5 Semantics which gives a nice round-up of the state of semantics in November 2011.
Mobile development and responsive design are frequently mentioned these days. The most widely used technique for responsive design is media queries, a CSS3 extension of the media types frequently used in HTML4 and CSS2.
Do you remember a thing called Dreamweaver? A decade ago it was a popular tool by Macromedia for building web sites, succeeding the infamous Microsoft Frontpage.
Recently W3C revealed a new HTML5 logo which managed to stir the old cauldron a bit. It is already appearing on tshirts where the orange badge on a blue background seems quite Superman-ish.