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The HTML Chain Reaction Simulator is a Vortex You Can’t Escape

Every web developer take note: Sebastian Ly Serena has come up with a brilliant way to make your website more entertaining and captivating—without clogging it up with boring content. Just turn it into a HTML-based Rube Goldberg machine and watch the clicks roll in. Read More >>

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The Code for This Pleasingly Simple Game Fits in a Single Tweet

If you’ve got a few spare minutes, you might enjoy a quick game of Tiny-Twitch. But then you’ll no doubt end up amazed by the fact that the source code for the whole thing can fit inside a single tweet. Read More >>

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Winamp 2 Has Been Immortalised in HTML5 for Your Pleasure

Winamp disappeared into obscurity, died, then came back to life. But with such a turbulent history, it pays to make sure that the iconic piece of software lives on. Good job a working version of it's been immortalised in HMTL5, then. Read More >>

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CSS is 20 Years Old Today

Two decades ago, Opera's Chief Technical Officer, Håkon Wium Lie, published a document that would change web design forever. It was called Cascading HTML style sheets – a proposal. Read More >>

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New HTML is About to Make Your Phone Much Better at Using the Internet

Underneath every picture of a dog in a beekeeping suitand ice-bucket challenge video you see on the internet, there's a complex framework of code. Soon, that framework will get a tiny tune-up that will make surfing the web on your phone faster than it's ever been. Read More >>

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Microsoft’s First Website From 1994 Looks Charmingly Ancient Today

In 1994 there were just a few thousand websites on the internet. HTML was still emerging, and the concept of web publishing was still embryonic. It was the year that Microsoft launched its own website — and today, to celebrate its 20 year anniversary on the web, it dug it up and put it back online Read More >>

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23 Per Cent of Americans Think MP3 is a Robot From Star Wars

A survey of some non-nerdy Americans threw up some baffling holes in the knowledge of the nation, with 11 per cent of people asked thinking "HTML" is a form of sexually-transmitted disease and 12 per cent thinking "USB" is the acronym of a European country. You'd never get answers that stupid in the United States of Britain. Read More >>

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Awesome Guy Re-Created the Star Wars Opening Crawl with HTML and CSS

Here's something completely awesome on a day that needs more awesome. Tim Pietrusky recreated the famous opening crawl of Star Wars from 1977 using HTML, CSS and JavaScript because he couldn't find a web version of it. Read More >>

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Humorous HTML Greeting Cards Are the Route to Any Geek’s Heart

If there's a way to any geek's heart, it's through a dubious HTML-based joke — which is why these greeting cards are the perfect way to tell your loved ones exactly what you're thinking. Read More >>

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The Mixed Blessings of HTML5

The last few years have seen some huge developments in the world of online technologies. Flash is a dying platform, abandoned now by Android and relegated to a selection of whitelisted sites by the modern version of IE10, and HTML5 is becoming the norm for rich interactivity. This must be a boon for developers of web-based resources, right? Wrong. Read More >>

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This Is the Most Beautiful Way to Learn How to Code

These days, the sentiment of anyone who doesn't know how to code being destined to a life of homeless ineptitude has become a fairly common (if mildly exaggerated) one. But of all the ways out there to save yourself from a derelict fate, Jon Duckett's HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites, is, perhaps, the most beautiful, information-packed intro to basic web languages you can find. Read More >>

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How to Annoy a Web Developer

Sometimes there's nothing better than a gratuitously geeky joke to raise a smile. Today's XKCD certainly provides just that. Read More >>

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CSS and the Beautiful Future of Web Design

CSS might sound like a language that only geeks can decipher, but its accessibility and power has turned the web into a beautiful playground. This is the language of design, and it's about to blow your mind. Read More >>

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The Future of Gaming Is Quake 4 Running In Your Browser

If anyone had any doubts that the new WebGL and HTML5 technologies could support real, console or desktop-quality gaming, this amazing demo should put that to rest. What you're looking at here is one entire level from Quake 4 rendered purely in the browser -- no plugins, flash or anything, just Javascript, WebGL and Web Audio. This is the future of gaming. Read More >>