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Why don’t we add a `lovely` element to HTML?

, , , … It’s not hard to come up with a list of HTML elements that you think would be useful. So, why don’t we? Bruce Lawson has a look. The conclusion is largely that we don’t really need to and perhaps shouldn’t. By my count, we now have 124 HTML elements, many of which are unknown to many web authors, or regularly confused with each other—for example, the difference between and . This suggests to me that the cognitive load of learning all these different elements is getting too much. Direct Link to Article — Permalink The post Why don’t we add a `lovely` element to HTML? appeared first on CSS-Tricks....

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11 Practical Web Animation Courses

Meaningful, well-designed animation can really enhance the user experience in your websites and apps. It can tell a story, aid in navigation, and so much more. If you want to know how to use animation in your web design and development projects, look no further. We’ve put together a comprehensive list of 11 courses that will teach you how to create beautiful animations with CSS, JavaScript, and dedicated frameworks like GreenSock and Sequence.js. 1. Practical Web Animation This first course is a great starting point for learning about animation. In 30 videos lasting more than four hours, you’ll learn lots...

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HTML for Zip Codes

I just overheard this discussion on Twitter, kicked off by Dave. Me (coding a form): Tiny Devil (appears on shoulder): Yaaas! I love the optimism, ship it!Me: Wait, why are you here? Is this going to blow up on me? What do you know that I don’t? — Dave SPOOPert (@davatron5000) October 9, 2018 It seems like zip codes are just numbers, right? So… The advantage there being able to take advantage of free validation from the browser, and triggering a more helpful number-based keyboard on mobile devices. But Zach pointed out that type="number" is problematic for zip codes because zip codes can have leading zeros (e.g. a Boston zip code might be 02119). Filament group also has a little lib for fixing this. This is the perfect job for inputmode, as Jeremy suggests</a<: But the support is pretty bad at the time of this writing. A couple of people mentioned trying to hijack type="tel" for it, but that has its own downsides, like rejecting properly formatted 9-digit zip codes. So, zip codes, while they look like numbers, are probably best treated as strings. Another option here is to leave it as a text input, but force numbers with pattern, as Pamela Fox documents: The post HTML for Zip Codes appeared first on CSS-Tricks....

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19 Best Templates for Mobile App Monetization

Imagine that you’re ready to kick-start your own mobile app development business. Chances are you’d like to use the best development practices for your first app, and also code it as quickly as possible. You’ll probably want to monetize your app as well! This post will show you some easy ways to launch your next ad-supported app project. In this article, I’ll introduce some highly customizable and versatile mobile app templates that you can use in your next development project. Each has Google’s AdMob app monetization platform neatly integrated, so you can build a revenue stream for your app from day one....

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PHP Control Structures and Loops: if, else, for, foreach, while, and More

Today, we’re going to discuss control structures and loops in PHP. I’ll show you how to use all the main control structures that are supported in PHP, like if, else, for, foreach, while, and more. What Is a Control Structure? In simple terms, a control structure allows you to control the flow of code execution in your application. Generally, a program is executed sequentially, line by line, and a control structure allows you to alter that flow, usually depending on certain conditions. Control structures are core features of the PHP language that allow your script to respond differently to...

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