More Microsoft HTML5 Web Camps Coming Soon!

The Microsoft HTML5 Web Camps are free, full-day events to help you get up to speed with HTML5 and related web standards.  After the popular events in Massachusetts & NYC in June, Rachel Appel, G. Andrew Duthie and I will be running six more Web Camps in August and September: Farmington, CT – August 2nd…

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Internet Explorer 9 Developer Tools Deep Dive – Part 5: Network Performance and Debugging

This post completes a series on the F12 Developer Tools included with Internet Explorer (since version 8) to help you improve your websites with tools to review content, diagnose issues, improve performance, and more: Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 – Working with HTML and CSS Part 3 – Debugging JavaScript Part 4 – Profiling…

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Internet Explorer 9 Developer Tools Deep Dive – Part 4: Profiling JavaScript

This continues a series of posts on the F12 Developer Tools included with Internet Explorer (since version 8) to help you improve your websites with tools to review content, diagnose issues, improve performance, and more: Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 – Working with HTML and CSS Part 3 – Debugging JavaScript Part 4 –…

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Internet Explorer 9 Developer Tools Deep Dive – Part 3: Debugging JavaScript

This continues a series of posts on the F12 Developer Tools included with Internet Explorer (since version 8) to help you improve your websites with tools to review content, diagnose issues, improve performance, and more: Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 – Working with HTML and CSS Part 3 – Debugging JavaScript Part 4 –…

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Internet Explorer 9 Developer Tools Deep Dive – Part 2: HTML & CSS

This continues a series of posts on the F12 Developer Tools included with Internet Explorer (since version 8) to help you improve your websites with tools to review content, diagnose issues, improve performance, and more: Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 – Working with HTML and CSS Part 3 – Debugging JavaScript Part 4 –…

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Internet Explorer 9 Developer Tools Deep Dive – Part 1: Introduction

In this series, we’ll take a detailed look at the Developer Tools included in Internet Explorer.  They can be used to inspect page structure, improve design, debug scripts, optimize page and network performance, and much more. Part 1 – Introduction Part 2 – Working with HTML and CSS Part 3 – Debugging JavaScript Part 4…

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The Code Project Virtual Tech Summit on HTML5 & CSS3

Starting today (and continuing after), you can access some great content on HTML5 and CSS3 for free via The Code Project’s Virtual Tech Summit: http://www.virtualtechsummits.com/Register.aspx?eventID=13 The event kicks off at noon EDT with Molly Holzschlag’s keynote on “The Future of HTML5” followed by other sessions… including one by me on “Using the Internet Explorer 9…

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Internet Explorer 9: Pinned Site Shortcuts vs. Internet Shortcuts

You may have noticed that with Internet Explorer 9, dragging a site’s icon to your desktop results not only in a link being created, but also the IE window being refreshed.  Why does that happen?  (And is there a choice?) A Tale of Two Shortcuts By default, when you click and drag a site icon…

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HTML5 Web Camps in Waltham, MA and New York City

Want to get up to speed with HTML5 and related web standards?  HTML5 Web Camps are a series of events to help you do just that. In the northeastern U.S., join me and my NYC-based teammate Rachel Appel as we deliver two free, full-day HTML5 Web Camps in June: June 13, 9 AM – 5…

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HTML5, CSS3, and More with Expression Web 4 SP1

If you’re designing for the web (especially with HTML5 and CSS3), take a look at Expression Web 4, a design-focused environment for HTML, CSS, validation, SEO, and more.  See “Top 10 Features” for an introduction. Expression Web 4 Service Pack 1 has just been released, adding a bunch of new features: HTML5 – Code Editor…

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