In this video tutorial by technical author, web developer and designer Ashley Menhennett, you’ll learn how to create a lightweight responsive grid layout for mobile HTML5 applications or mobile websites. Learn Mobile HTML5 App Development At ZENVA Academy we have a comprehensive mobile HTML5 course where you’ll learn how to create professional and beautiful mobile … Read moreCreate a Responsive Grid Layout
Why should we consider mobile web design? More and more users are accessing websites and shopping via their mobile devices everyday. A sample of these statistics are provided by Statistic Brain. Mobile Web Design allows us to cater to mobile users in a way that will make their experience pleasant and encourage repeat visits. There … Read moreMobile HTML5 Tutorial – Building a Grid and Navigation System
So far we have only really learned about general HTML tags and elements, now it’s time to get into some HTML5 specific elements. As you may notice when you start to work with HTML and build some of your own web pages, it would be really helpful if there was a logical way to define … Read moreMain HTML5 Specific Elements
Introducing Topcoat, the modern approach to prototyping and presenting your new idea! Topcoat comes with a lot of great features and assets, including an Open Source font–“Source Sans Pro” and Open Source icons. Topcoat also provides PSD files for use with Adobe Photoshop, for your inner designer. To make things even easier– Topcoat makes use … Read moreBeautiful HTML5 Apps with Topcoat
We are happy to announce the launch of our free ebook A Guide to HTML5 and CSS3, authored by technical writer, web developer and programmer Ashley Menhennett. The book covers the basics of web development and it’s a great starting point whether your plan is to make websites, HTML5 mobile apps or games.
Learn Online for Free At ZENVA we have a full HTML/CSS beginners video course, you can access it for free here. The paragraph element In HTML, the paragraph tag is part of the block level elements group. Block level elements will generally start on a new line, and any Mark-up under or after the block … Read moreHTML Elements