Combining Modern CSS3 and HTML5 Techniques


Just because some techniques don’t work in decade old browsers doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be learning everything you can! Stay on the cutting edge, as we use everything from CSS shadows and animations, to HTML 5 mark-up and local storage, to utilizing jQuery to query the Picasa API. We’ll also take advantage of the excellent jQuery library, and review some best practices when coding.

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