I’ve discovered Hyro last thursday… still have to play with it, anyway 😦
The table below gives an overview of the current state of OpenType feature support in web browsers. It is the result of a series of tests with both high- and low-level syntax schemes, using the latest versions of each browser.
It’s been a couple of months since I’ve discovered ElmaStudio‘s work.
Then I’ve brought their Piha theme too just in time to see the previews, and later on the final release, of Nori. Nori aims to be (and probably is) the first WordPress theme out there developed mainly and in first place for mobile devices’ browsers, and later ‘adapted’ to normal ones.
Since they put their money were their mouth is they’ve adopted it on their website and so I had the chance to see a real deployment of that theme and not just a 5 post wide demo. Here are the screenshots!
(the last one is what you see enabling the Reader feature in Mobile Safari). What do you think of the theme?
Let me know in the comments…
via → 9to5Mac
OK, so there are a lot of articles out there on HTML5, especially since Google Wave arrived (because it’s the first major app to run on the language), but all the information that you need to know in order to start using it now is either too complicated, or spread out over various websites / articles / tutorials.
Hopefully in this article we’ll be able to amalgamate and condense a lot of this information so that anyone with basic HTML knowledge can start using it.