Calling all Web designers, developers and general Webby types of folks. If you've been wondering what the low-down was on the relatively new HTML5 standard and what it might mean for your code--here's a great opportunity to learn more at a quick, free session made possible by a joint sponsorship from OCLC Developer Network and OCLC Research.
The HTML5 and CSS3 Webinar, set for Tuesday, 8 March 2011 from 2:30 to 4 pm EST is sure to help answer your questions and give you more to chew on. As the latest in the occasional TAI CHI Webinar series, author and Web design specialist Christopher Schmitt will help us all gain a better understanding of the new elements in HTML5, how we can better employ CSS3 and in general create more functional, beautiful and faster-loading pages.
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