Author: Gabriele Romanato
Gabriele Romanato is a web developer. Contributor of the W3C CSS Test Suite, he is also skilled with jQuery and WordPress. You can find more about him by visiting his blog or his Facebook page. He is also on Twitter.
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Session storage is a new feature introduced by the W3C’s “Web Storage” specification. It’s supported in Internet Explorer 8+, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera Desktop (for a complete list, please consult “Can I Use”).
In this series of articles, we’ll cover in depth a practical implementation of session storage by creating a complete e-commerce shopping cart with the
sessionStorage object and jQuery.
Generated content was first introduced in the CSS2 specification. For several years, the feature was used by relatively few Web authors due to inconsistent browser support.
With the release of Internet Explorer 8 in 2009, generated content was rediscovered, and many interesting implementations were adopted for the first time. In this article, we’ll discuss some possible uses of generated content.Read more...
Before 1998, the birth year of CSS Level 2, form elements were already widely implemented in all major browsers. The CSS 2 specification did not address the problem of how form elements should be presented to users.
Because these elements are part of the UI of every Web document, the specification’s authors preferred to leave the visual layout of such elements to the default style sheet of Web browsers.Read more...