Constructive foundations for functional languages by Raymond Turner

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Introduction to HTML5 Standardizing HTML Differences between HTML 4 and HTML5 Why we must start using HTML5 Myths about HTML5 Summary 2. Using the New Markup to Build a Semantic Page Easier and faster syntax Header Footer Nav Article Aside Microdata Summary 3. Flexible Box Model in CSS3 Understanding Flexbox Flex Container properties flex-direction justify-content align-items flex-wrap Properties of Flex Items Order Flex Summary 4. Web Forms in HTML5 New form attributes in HTML5 placeholder autofocus required datalist Understanding new input types in HTML5 search email and url date week month color Summary 5.

Summary In this chapter, we have covered the new form input types and form attributes of HTML5. In the next chapter, we will look at advanced features of HTML5 such as audio, video, and canvas to mention a few, which will provide an insight into the beauty of HTML5.  Advanced Features of HTML5 HMTL5, along with the new JavaScript APIs, enables us to create web pages with a lot of features that were only possible with proprietary plugins, such as Flash in the past. With the introduction of HTML5, we can develop web pages with enhanced features and we will be discussing that in this chapter.

For example, if we assign a value of -1 to a Flex Item, it will be displayed before any other Flex Item irrespective of the order in the document. point{ -webkit-order: -1; order: -1; }


The output of the code will be as follows: If we see the output, the Flex item Dos was defined after Uno in the code. However, we assigned an order value of -1 to Dos, therefore Dos was displayed first.

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