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HTML 5 Tutorials Chapter 1: Introduction

Did you hear the buzz on Html 5? If you are looking for some HTML 5 tutorials, you are at the right place. I am starting a series of HTML 5 tutorials. Read this post to find more information about our HTML 5 tutorials.

HTML5 Form elements tutorial for HTML tags

Are you searching a tutorial which gives you complete description about HTML5. Here in this tutorial of HTML5 you will read about the form elements generally used in webpages and their validation through HTML5.

Canvas element in HTML5 tutorial

Here in this article I will be explaining you, one of the most important feature of HTML5, Canvas. Canvas element is the basic element for drawing any drawing or creating a game using HTML5. So, learn this canvas element of HTML5 in just 5 minutes.

A sample webpage layout using HTML5

Here in this article I have explained most of the layout tags which are introduced in HTML5 for designing a webpage. All the tags, attributes and elements which are used in developing a webpage layout has been described.

How to use CANVAS element in HTML5 to draw on the web page

HTML 5 introduces a set of new tags which open up the door for a lot of creativity. In this article, I will talk about the new CANVAS tag in HTML 5 which can be used to draw anything on a webpage using Javascript.

HTML5 Apps: Play Angrybirds in Google Chrome, developed using HTML5

In this article, I will discuss the availability of the popular game Angrybirds on Google Chrome browser as a browser App. Angrybirds is developed using HTML5, the future standard for web development. Learn more about the HTML5 and Angrybirds relation in this article.

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