HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Experiments and Insight Website

Try Semtex – the new HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript UI framework!

I am pleased to announce that I’ve just finished my latest endeavour – HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Experiments and Insight, and most of the code samples and demos from my blog have been moved there in and new and convenient code-listing and demo form. From now on, each new blog post will be accompanied by a dedicated page on that website on which my readers will be able to have a look at the code, run the example and eventually download it.

Enjoy HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript Experiments and Insight and have a great rest of the week!


PSD-to-XHTML: Check This Site Out

We, at http://psd-to-xhtml.net provide fast, reliable and quality XHTML coding from existing designs. The markup we create is valid, search engine optimized (SEO), semantic, accessible and usable.

You give us the design (in any common image format – .psd, .gif, .png, .jpg or even existing HTML pages), we give you back standards compliant, crossborwser and valid code.

Just check us out

TinySite.XML Content Management System 1.0

TinySite.XML is a lightweight AJAX-driven and JavaScript-based CMS suitable for small websites. It uses a flat XML file for data storage and retrieval and provides almost codeless site development and maintenance, targetting even unexperienced users with a basic knowledge of HTML. The result is valid, semantic and accessible code with cool looks and killer loading speed.

The lite version of TinySite.XML comes with two predefined site layouts and a couple of skins, that can be modified using CSS. Along with the easy content management it provides, the lite version also comes with a set of components such as:

  • Mailing List Form
  • BlogRoll Panel
  • Search Panel
  • Voting Poll
  • Freetext Panel
  • Footer Panel

All these components are easily configurable as they are loaded from xml files. The good news is that they could be turned off and on from the website’s config file, so webmasters that do not need a particular component can simply exclude it from the page rendering.

Writing my First Book on Web-development

A few days ago I started writing a book named XHTML, CSS and JavaScript: Introduction to Modern Browser Programming, Semantics and Accessibility of the Code. It covers the contemporary techniques and strategies of writing modern, semantic, accessible and valid xhtml code and unobtrusive javascript. You may register for an early preview of the book on my email – info@wemakesites.net