HTML5 Quick Markup Reference

  • 3h 50m
  • Wallace Jackson
  • Apress
  • 2016

This book is a condensed reference for HTML5 markup. It presents the essential HTML5 elements and attributes in a well-organized format that can be used as a handy reference. HTML5 Quick Markup Reference is an HTML5 reference title covering tags and parameters central to HTML5 markup using the NetBeans 8.1 IDE. The book covers the tags used in HTML5, logically organized by topical chapters. It gets more advanced as chapters progress, covering the new media tags and file formats that are best for use with HTML5, as well as key factors regarding the data footprint optimization work process, in-lining .CSS and .JS files, and why data footprint optimization is important.

What You Will Learn:

  • The tags supported in HTML5
  • What comprises an HTML5 content production workflow
  • Concepts and principles behind HTML5 content production
  • How to install and utilize 64-bit Inkscape 0.91 for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux
  • Concepts behind spline curves, strokes, fills, patterns, and rendering
  • Digital illustration data formats and data footprint optimization

Who This Book Is For:

Website developers, Flash developers, user interface designers, HTML5 game designers, teachers, and educators.

About the Author

Wallace Jackson has authored numerous Apress book titles, including several titles in the ever popular Apress Pro Android series, Java and JavaFX game engine development titles, digital image compositing titles, digital audio editing titles, digital video editing titles, digital illustration titles, VFX special effects titles, digital painting titles, Android 6 new media content production titles, and now JSON and HTML5 titles.

Wallace is currently the CEO of MindTaffy Design, the new media advertising agency which specializes in new media content production and digital campaign design and development, located by La Purisima State Park, in Northern Santa Barbara County, on the Point Conception Peninsula, halfway between their clientele in Silicon Valley to the North, and Hollywood, The OC, West Los Angeles, and San Diego to the South. Mind Taffy Design has created open-source, technology-based (HTML5, JavaScript, Java 9, JavaFX 9, and Android 6.0) digital new media i3D content deliverables for more than a quarter century, since January of 1991. The company’s clients consist of a significant number of international brand manufacturers, including IBM, Sony, Tyco, Samsung, Dell, Epson, Nokia, TEAC, Sun Microsystems (Oracle), Micron, SGI, KDS USA, EIZO, CTX International, KFC, Nanao USA, Techmedia, EZC, and Mitsubishi Electronics, among others.

Wallace received his undergraduate BA degree in Business Economics from the University of California at Los Angeles, or UCLA, and his graduate degrees in MIS/IT, Business Information Systems Design and Implementation, from University of Southern California located in South Central Los Angeles (USC).

Wallace also received post-graduate degrees from USC, in Entrepreneurship and Marketing Strategy, and completed the USC Graduate Entrepreneurship Program. Wallace earned his two USC degrees while at USC’s night-time Marshall School of Business MBA Program, which allowed him to work full-time as a COBOL and RPG-II programmer while completing his business and IT degrees.

In this Book

  • HTML5 Quick Markup Reference
  • Introduction
  • HTML5 History—The Past and Future of HTML Markup
  • HTML5 Documents—Top-Level Document Definition
  • HTML5 Search Engine Optimization—Title and Meta
  • HTML5 Referencing—Using External Links and Favicons
  • HTML5 Processing—Using CSS and JavaScript
  • HTML5 Parameters—Using Global Tag Attributes
  • HTML5 Navigation—Using an Anchor Tag for Hypertext
  • HTML5 Multimedia—Utilizing New Media Assets
  • HTML5 Organization—Document Content Hierarchy
  • HTML5 Semantics—Defining Semantic Documents
  • HTML5 Formatting—Publish Text-Based Content
  • HTML5 Phrase Tags—Using Non-Standard Text
  • HTML5 Lists—Numbered, Bulleted, and Definition Lists
  • HTML5 Tables—Constructing Data in a Tabular Format
  • HTML5 Forms—Creating Forms Using HTML5 Tags
  • HTML5 Position—Document Layout and Text Spanning
  • HTML5 Scripting—Using JavaScript and <script> Tag
  • HTML5 Styling—Using the <style> Tag to Access CSS3
  • HTML5 Real-Time Rendering—Using the <canvas> Tag
  • HTML5 Plug-ins—Using the <object>, <embed>, <applet>, and <param> Tags
  • HTML5 Frames—Using the <iframe> Tag
  • HTML5 Ruby Annotations—Using the <ruby> Tag
  • HTML 5.1 Tags—Using Menu and Dialog Design Elements
  • NetBeans—Set up an HTML5 Integrated Development IDE
  • Eclipse—Set up an HTML5 Integrated Development IDE
  • IntelliJ—Set up an HTML5 Integrated Development IDE
  • Multimedia—Set up Your New Media Content Development