Web design hell

Check out this one.

If that wasn’t enough then give a shot a this one.

If your eyes don’t bleed already then take a look at this one.

Now i betcha you can’t see clear for the next 5 to 10 minutes.

Alternatively, just for sadistic fun, you can browse the w3c validation output of this last website or the source code itself.

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What’s so cool about HTML 5

Well you’ll have too believe me word for word that HTML 5 is packed with loads of cool and useful new features.

But in case you don’t you can watch the following Google Code Challenge video which briefs you on the following HTML 5 new features, which, by the time of writing this post, are supported by most popular browsers:

  • Web vector graphics with the Canvas tag and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG)
  • The Geolocation API
  • HTML 5 Video
  • The HTML 5 Database and Application Cache
  • Web workers

LE: I can’t help to think of how good news is this for vulnerability researchers or blackhats…so many new vectors of attack and fuzzing points. This game will never end. 🙂

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Devlisting – resources for web developers

Devlisting.com is a public aggregator gathering useful links for web developers organized in a basic set of well chosen categories.

Take a jump and discover lot’s of new stuff on the topic you’re interested in. 🙂

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HTML Playground

Htmlplayground.com is a neat online tool that gives you the ability to test and play with your html/css skills as well as improve them. If you don’t have anything to improve( 🙂 ) then it is a great tool to accompany you in the learning process along with the w3c resources.

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