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HTML5 JavaScript

From: Stuart O. Smith, Jr. - s.
Sent on: Sunday, April 18, 2010 8:43 PM
Aoirtoir and all:

I confirmed with the presenter (Parag Jagdale) of the Web Development SIG ( 4/17 meeting on HTML5/CSS3 that the JavaScript you found today is the same one he recommended yesterday.  Here is the link for everyone:

Parag has now posted his HTML5/CSS3 presentation online at:  It contains some great HTML5 examples, plus some very useful links.  Remember that HTML 5 is not a W3C recommendation yet, and not all browsers will support its functions.  

For everyone, here is the link to the W3Schools HTML 5 Tag Reference:

If you go to my Twitter page you will see additional links from today's workshop plus my weekly announcement on tech meetings I track in Cleveland:


Web Development SIG Co-Leader 
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Stuart O. Smith, Jr., MNO, MCP+I 
Certified Internet Webmaster - Master Designer

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On Apr 18, 2010, at 7:59 PM, Aoirthoir An Broc wrote:

Today's meeting was productive and we hashed out a lot of the details. We will be working in teams next week (or the following if I am not in town next week) to create the code for our templates. To find out where we stand with this project and participate in the discussion please go to:

Kind Regards,

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