Native Modals on the Web Using the HTML Dialog Element
HTML 5.2 brings us a new dialog element that makes it easy to implement modals in websites or web apps. Here's a quick overview of its usage.
Using Preload and Prefetch in Your HTML to Load Assets
A quick overview on how to take advantage of the preload and prefetch HTML attributes in order to optimize the loading of assets.
Responsive Images With the Picture Element
The HTML5 Picture element makes it easy to provide different assets depending on the screen size of the visitor.
The Details and Summary Elements
New with HTML5.1, the details and summary elements make it easy to toggle more information.
Target Attribute for Anchor Tags
A quick reference for the target attribute on link tags in HTML.
Rel Attribute for Link Tags
A quick reference for the rel attribute on link tags in HTML.
Rel Attribute for Anchor Tags
A quick reference for the rel attribute on anchor tags in HTML.
HTML5 Range Input Type
Now supported in most modern browsers, use the range input type to create native sliders.
HTML5 Time Element
New in HTML5, get a brief overview of the time element to markup time appropriately.
HTML5 Mark Element
New in HTML5, mark is used to define text that's relevant to a particular context.
Here's a reference for the HTML5 doctype.
Here's a reference for the HTML5 Charset declaration.
HTML5 Datalist Element
A cross between regular inputs and select elements, adding a datalist to an input allows to add some predefined values. Learn how to use it.
HTML5 Audio Element
Include audio files in your pages with the audio element. No more third-party plugins needed.
AMP HTML, an Overview
Here's what you need to know about Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). Get ready to make your pages lightning fast on mobile!
Here's the syntax for HTML comments.
The HTML Entities You Need
A quick list of the most important html entities.
Script Tag in HTML
Link Tag for External CSS Files
Easily insert external CSS files with the link tag.