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Html5 Cheat Sheet

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I love free and cheat sheets...

 

Free HTML5 Cheat Sheet links to info and downloadable PDF

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I love the irony of a html cheat sheet in downloadable pdf format.

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Ha. :)

Yes it should have been a downloadable html document like the one I have for html 4.

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Is it just me or is most of the stuff on that cheat sheet html4 not html 5?

 

I get email and after email from Matt Banner to promote his stuff on my websites. Most of the stuff he pumps put is utter garbage.

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I had the same thought. Maybe a different colour (or other method) to distinguish pure html5 from html4 and below would work. This way one could ignore <strong></strong> etc. unless there is a difference in 5.

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Is it just me or is most of the stuff on that cheat sheet html4 not html 5?

 

I get email and after email from Matt Banner to promote his stuff on my websites. Most of the stuff he pumps put is utter garbage.

 

:-)

 

If this was html5, a lot of essential stuff was left out. It's kinda like "fake news". A "repurposed" piece of content that was good back in the day and we can foist it off again today and generate ad clicks and visits and whatnot. Some people will never figure it out. Some people will figure it out, but we got our ad click. It is like the irrelevant or stale videos that lots of news sites post above their articles, just to generage preroll ad income.

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I don't know much about HTML 5, but when I saw span and div mentioned, I thought, wasn't CSS supposed to do away with the need for those?

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