This is a round-up of HTML5 tutorials. It’s a redo of the previous article because I missed a lot of my bookmarks the first time, so this includes the rest.

This is the first of a series of round-ups on HTML5 that will cover the following:

  1. Canvas
  2. SVG
  3. Geolocation
  4. HTML5 Web Storage
  5. Web Sockets / Push / Real-Time
  6. HTML5 Microdata, Microformats, and RDFa
  7. HTML5 Media Elements
  8. HTML5 Cheat Sheets
  9. HTML5 Resources
  10. CSS3

Therefore, these are not included below.


HTML5 Tutorial Sites

  1. Dive Into HTML5 (diveintohtml5.org)
  2. HTML 5 Demos and Examples (html5demos.com)
  3. 5 Steps to HTML5 (5stepstohtml5.com)
  4. HTML 5 Tutorial (html5tutorial.net)
  5. HTML5 Doctor (html5doctor.com)
  6. HTML5 — Edition for Web Developers (WHATWG)
  7. HTML5: The Markup Language Reference (Michael™ Smith’s)
  8. HTML Living Standard (WHATWG: Apple Computer, Inc., Mozilla Foundation, and Opera Software ASA)

HTML5 Tutorials

  1. Beginner HTML5: Semantics -Part 3 (</Dream.In.Code> | April 19, 2011)
  2. HTML5 Features, Tips, and Techniques (39Articles | Apr 14, 2011)
  3. Automated Optimization with HTML5 Boilerplate Build (Nettuts+ | Apr 14, 2011)
  4. HTML5 & CSS3 – What You Should Know (WEBEXPEDITION18 | Apr 10, 2011)
  5. 6 Reasons Why HTML5 is More than Just Another Web Toolkit (Software Quality Connection | Apr 7, 2011)
  6. Building Better HTML5 (MSDN Blogs | Apr 7, 2011)
  7. Creating HTML5 Offline Web Applications with ASP.NET (stephenwalther.com | Apr 7, 2011)
  8. How HTML5 will kill the native app (VentureBeat | Apr 7, 2011)
  9. What Makes HTML5 Special (Practical eCommerce Articles | Apr 4, 2011)
  10. HTML 5 and Flash: Are they competing for the space on web? (Skyje | Mar 25, 2011)
  11. Easy Percentage Grid System with HTML5 (Css Globe CSS and Web Design News | Mar 22, 2011)
  12. HTML5 Quick Feature: Summary and Details (SitePoint Blogs | Mar 22, 2011)
  13. The Current State of HTML5 Forms (Think Vitamin | Mar 22, 2011)
  14. Using HTML5 semantic elements today (NCZOnline | Mar 22, 2011)
  15. The combination of HTML5 & CSS3: Pros and Cons (Skyje | Mar 16, 2011)
  16. HTML Footer Tag (Brugbart | Mar 16, 2011)
  17. Progressively Enhancing HTML5 Forms (CSS-Tricks | Mar 13, 2011)
  18. 7 HTML5 Videos To Learn For Beginners (Web Designer Aid | Mar 12, 2011)
  19. Syncing Content With HTML5 Video (Smashing Magazine | Mar 11, 2011)
  20. iframe scrollbars and borders in HTML5 – working with “seamless” (Max Design | Mar 10, 2011)
  21. HTML5 in the Web browser: HTML5 forms (Infoworld | Mar 9, 2011)
  22. HTML5 Spec for Web Developers (Vitamin Feed | Mar 8, 2011)
  23. Scoped Styles in HTML5 (Impressive Webs | Mar 8, 2011)
  24. HTML5 sectioning elements, headings, and document outlines (456 Berea Street | Mar 1, 2011)
  25. 8 Best HTML5 Ebooks Every Web Designer Should Learn (SaveDelete | Feb 24, 2011)
  26. HTML5 & CSS3: Take Your Design to Another Level (Web Design Ledger | Feb 24, 2011)
  27. How HTML5 Changes the Way We Think of Navigation (Echo Enduring Media | Feb 23, 2011)
  28. HTML5 for Web Developers (webmonkey | Feb 23, 2011)
  29. How HTML5 Is Aiding in Cross-Platform Development (mashable.com | Feb 22, 2011)
  30. My Preferred Syntax Style for HTML5 Markup (Impressive Webs | Feb 22, 2011)
  31. 9 HTML5 Features that will make our UI code cleaner by removing lot of Javascript (JournalDev | Feb 20, 2011)
  32. Everything You Need to Know About HTML5 (PixelCrayons | Feb 15, 2011)
  33. User-agent sniffing is back (Matthias Reuter | Feb 15, 2011)
  34. A few HTML5 questions that need answering (Christian Heilmann’s blog – Wait till I come! | Feb 14, 2011)
  35. Improving the Performance of your HTML5 App (HTML5 Rocks | Feb 14, 2011)
  36. Paul Irish on HTML5 Boilerplate (ontwik | Feb 11, 2011)
  37. HTML as a Living Standard — For and Against (HTML5 Doctor | Feb 8, 2011)
  38. HTML 5 Is Dead! (HackingSilverlight | Feb 2, 2011)
  39. HTML5 and You (Nettuts+ | Feb 1, 2011)
  40. HTML5 – Next Generation of Hypertext (Cruzine Magazine | Feb 1, 2011)
  41. XHTML Alternative to HTML5 Data Attributes (The Code Project | Feb 1, 2011)
  42. 10 things you should think about with HTML 5 (MS-Joe (Joe Stagner) | Jan 25, 2011)
  43. HTML(5) and text-level semantics (csswizardry.com | Jan 23, 2011)
  44. Falling for HTML5: Finding Love in the Little Things (Smashing Magazine | Jan 21, 2011)
  45. Comparing Silverlight, HTML5 and Flash (ZhiOne: Read More! | Jan 20, 2011)
  46. Get familiar with HTML5! (Dev.Opera – Follow the standards, break the rules | Jan 14, 2011)
  47. Semantic HTML5 Page Layout (The Code Project | Jan 14, 2011)
  48. How to Build Cross-Browser HTML5 Forms (Nettuts+ | Jan 13, 2011)
  49. Getting started with HTML5 mobile web development (O’Reilly Answers | Jan 13, 2011)
  50. How to Use JavaScript Shared Web Workers in HTML5 (SitePoint | Jan 12, 2011)
  51. HTML5 High-Performance Best Practices for Web Sites (riatube.com | Jan 12, 2011)
  52. When to Use the HTML5 < section > Element (Impressive Webs | Jan 12, 2011)
  53. Detecting HTML5 Features Using Modernizr (CodeProject | Jan 10, 2011)
  54. A Guide to HTML5 Features You Can’t Detect (webmonkey | Jan 7, 2011)
  55. Getting Started with HTML5 (OrderedList | Jan 3, 2011)
  56. Structural Tags in HTML5 (OrderedList | Jan 3, 2011)
  57. A Beginners Look Into HTML5 (Tech King | Jan 1, 2011)
  58. Understanding HTML5 Validation (Impressive Webs | Dec 28, 2010)
  59. Best HTML5 and CSS3 Tutorials | December 2010 (AjaxLine | Dec 24, 2010)
  60. 15 Excellent Step by Step HTML5 Website Coding Tutorials (Web Designer Aid | Dec 21, 2010)
  61. 15 Useful Resources to Get Clued Up on HTML5 (Line25 | Dec 21, 2010)
  62. HTML5 Recipes: Browser Capabilities Tools (DevelopRIA | Dec 21, 2010)
  63. HTML5, Site-Ready and Experimental (IEBlog | Dec 21, 2010)
  64. New Form Features in HTML5 (blogfreakz.com | Dec 20, 2010)
  65. HTML5 and CSS3 Without Guilt (Nettuts+ | Dec 17 2010)
  66. Is it Accurate to call HTML5-Based Code Forking “Graceful Degradation”? (Impressive Webs | Dec 14, 2010)
  67. New client website: do you use html5? Why or why not? (Reddit web_design | Dec 13, 2010)
  68. HTML5 selectors and jQuery (Jef Claes | Dec 12, 2010)
  69. The Challenge with HTML5 – In Pictures (Dan Wahlin’s WebLog | Dec 11, 2010)
  70. Why We Should Start Using CSS3 and HTML5 Today (Smashing Magazine | Dec 10, 2010)
  71. What is the utility of HTML5 and CSS3 in web designing? (Skyje | Dec 3, 2010)
  72. HTML5 & CSS3 – An excellent walk through (with slick HTML5 presentation) (David Barrett | Dec 2, 2010)
  73. Video For Everybody — Except Developers! (Impressive Webs | Nov 30, 2010)
  74. Cross-Browser Support for HTML5 Placeholders (CSS Newbie | Nov 29, 2010)
  75. HTML5 and CSS3 for the Real World (SitePoint Blogs | Nov 26, 2010)
  76. HTML5 Audio Unplugged (Think Vitamin | Nov 26, 2010)
  77. Bold and Italic in HTML5 (Impressive Webs | Nov 23, 2010)
  78. HTML5 elements in Internet Explorer without Javascript (de betere vormgever | Nov 23, 2010)
  79. HTML5 Techniques | Ultimate Collection of Tutorials (Tutorial Lounge | Nov 22, 2010)
  80. HTML5 JavaScript APIs (NETTUTS | Nov 19, 2010)
  81. Useful HTML5 Code Snippets You Can Use Today (Onextrapixel | Nov 15, 2010)
  82. Learning to Love HTML5 (Smashing Magazine | Nov 10, 2010)
  83. HTML5 and Bidirectional Text (Anne’s Weblog | Nov 9, 2010)
  84. HTML5 – I’ve seen it. It’s rubbish. (I Programmer | Nov 8, 2010)
  85. HTML5, Flash and RIAs: 18 Industry Experts Have Their Say (Activetuts+ | Nov 8, 2010)
  86. HTML5 syntax guidelines (456 Berea Street | Nov 4, 2010)
  87. HTML5′s window.postMessage API (David Walsh | Nov 3, 2010)
  88. HTML5 is…NOW! (Vimeo | Oct 29, 2010)
  89. HTML5 Audio and Video: What you Must Know (Nettuts+ | Oct 25, 2010)
  90. video + canvas = magic (HTML5 Doctor | Oct 20, 2010)
  91. Top 5 Developer Questions About HTML5, Answered (Mashable | Oct 14, 2010)
  92. 8 HTML5 Features You’ve Never Seen Before (Software As She’s Developed | Sep 26, 2010)
  93. Fresh and Useful HTML5 Tutorials, Techniques and Tricks (CreativeFan | Sep 23, 2010)
  94. HTML5: The Facts And The Myths (Smashing Magazine | Sep 23, 2010)
  95. HTML5 Link Prefetching (Ajaxian | Sep 22, 2010)
  96. How to Create HTML5 Website and Page Templates for Visual Studio 2010 (Rey Bango | Sep 21, 2010)
  97. Test Your Markup Smarts with HTML5 Simplequiz (webmonkey | Sep 20, 2010)
  98. HOW TO: Get Started with HTML5 Boilerplate (Mashable | Sep 2, 2010)
  99. 20 Snippets You should be using from Html5 Boilerplate (1stwebdesigner | Sep 2, 2010)
  100. Extending HTML5 (Ajaxian | Sep 1, 2010)
  101. HTML5 raises new security issues for browser makers (InfoWorld | Aug 20, 2010)
  102. An Implausibly Illustrated Introduction to HTML5 Web Workers (Mark Pilgrim | Aug 19, 2010)
  103. Video in HTML5 (O’Reilly Answers | Aug 19, 2010)
  104. How We’ll be Building Websites in 5 years: HTML5 and CSS3 layout (Phosphorus.co | Aug 13, 2010)
  105. HTML5 Apps: What, Why, and How (Nettuts+ | Aug 11, 2010)
  106. Expanding Images using HTML5′s contenteditable tabindex (CSS-Tricks | Aug 9, 2010)
  107. HTML5 In 5 Minutes – A Screencast You Just Can’t Miss! (addyosmani.com | Aug 7, 2010)
  108. 28 HTML5 Features, Tips, and Techniques you Must Know (Nettuts+ | Aug 1, 2010)
  109. HTML5: Wrap Block-Level Elements with A’s (David Walsh Blog | Jul 26, 2010)
  110. Styling The HTML5 <meter> Tag (Colin Cogle’s Blog | Jul 25, 2010)
  111. HTML5: Changing the browser-URL without refreshing page (Spoiled Milk | Jul 20, 2010)
  112. 5 Reasons Why You Can Use HTML5 Today (SitePoint | Jul 20, 2010)
  113. HTML5: Changing the browser-URL without refreshing page (Spoiled Milk | Jul 20, 2010)
  114. How to use HTML5 on your website today (InfoWorld | Jul 12, 2010)
  115. HTML5 presentation (html5rocks | Jul 9, 2010)
  116. Pocket guide to HTML5 and Video (ilovecolors | Jun 28, 2010)
  117. HTML5 structure | div, section & article (@boblet | Jun 26, 2010)
  118. Taking Advantage of HTML5 and CSS3 with Modernizr (A List Apart: Articles | Jun 22, 2010)
  119. The State of HTML5 Apps (Six Revisions | Jun 17, 2010)
  120. WTF is HTML5 and Why Should we Care? (Design Reviver | Jun 10, 2010)
  121. The structural flaws of the new html5 dl-element (onderhond.com | Jun 8, 2010)
  122. WTF is HTML5 and Why We Should All Care (Focus | Where Business Makes Decisions | Jun 8, 2010)
  123. HTML5 Defined! It’s Not Just a Marketing Term (Coding In Paradise | Jun 7, 2010)
  124. HTML5- Armed with A Complete Makeover! (PSD to HTML Reviews & Tutorials | Jun 7, 2010)
  125. Prefetch content with HTML5 (Cameron Moll | Jun 3, 2010)
  126. HTML5 Globals and You (Nettuts+ | May 31, 2010)
  127. HTML 5 (BLITZ | Blog | May 26, 2010)
  128. A Minimal HTML Document (HTML5 Edition) (SitePoint Blogs | May 25, 2010)
  129. 10 things Flash can do today that HTML5 can’t (WireLust | May 21, 2010)
  130. The article element (HTML5 Doctor | May 18, 2010)
  131. Getting Started with HTML5 Local Databases (Dark Crimson Blog | May 16, 2010)
  132. Handy Guide to Detecting Support for HTML5 (webmonkey | May 14, 2010)
  133. SitePoint Podcast #61: HTML5 = The Kitchen Sink (SitePoint Blogs | May 14, 2010)
  134. HTML5 for drunks (HappyMagicFunTime.com | May 13, 2010)
  135. HTML5 features: what you need to know (.net | May 12, 2010)
  136. Blank Canvas: Flash vs. HTML5 (GoMediaZine | May 11, 2010)
  137. Firefox 4: HTML5 and Native JSON Store (Ajaxian | May 11, 2010)
  138. Your Browser Isn’t The Only Place HTML5 Is Replacing Flash (PseudoCoder.com | May 11, 2010)
  139. Embed Videos In Your Web Pages Using HTML5 (Webmonkey | May 10, 2010)
  140. Rethinking Forms in HTML5 (Nettuts+ | May 10, 2010)
  141. HTML5 Unleashed: Tips, Tricks and Techniques (W3Avenue | May 7, 2010)
  142. What HTML5 means | the sequel (quirksmode.org | May 6, 2010)
  143. New Element Added To HTML5 (DZone | May 5, 2010)
  144. All There Is To Know About HTML5 and CSS3 | Design your way (Design your way | Apr 27, 2010)
  145. Bulletproof HTML5 <details> fallback using jQuery (Mathias Bynens | Apr 25, 2010)
  146. HTML5 Way Around For IE (Okada Design Blog | Apr 25, 2010)
  147. Quick Tip: HTML5 Features you Should be Using Right Now (Nettuts+ | Apr 19, 2010)
  148. HTML5 input types (456 Berea Street | Apr 12, 2010)
  149. List of 25+ New tags introduced in HTML 5 (Tech-Freak Stuff | Apr 11, 2010)
  150. HTML 5 in Internet Explorer (Splashnology | Apr 9, 2010)
  151. HTML5 Forms. What support is there? (Ajaxian | Apr 7, 2010)
  152. Get Prepared for the HTML5 Revolution (Internet.com | Apr 6, 2010)
  153. HTML5 Forms (Anne’s Weblog | Apr 2, 2010)
  154. Build Web applications with HTML 5 (IBM® | Mar 30, 2010)
  155. HTML5: An Introduction From a Designer’s Perspective(This is not the original by typesett | Mar 24, 2010)
  156. HTML5 Website Layout Tutorials and Inspiration (AcrisDesign | Mar 21, 2010)
  157. 20 + tags Introduced in HTML5 you really should know (Web Developer Juice | Mar 17, 2010)
  158. HTML5, again (Aaron Mentele, Charisma 18 | Mar 17, 2010)
  159. HTML5: Cross-Browser Best Practices (Channel 9 :: Microsoft MIX10 | Mar 17, 2010)
  160. Why HTML5 is worth your time | Eric A. Meyer on HTML5′s future and the skills developers need to acquire (O’Reilly Network Articles | Mar 15, 2010)
  161. HTML5 Rocks My Socks Off (Three Styles | Mar 11, 2010)
  162. Does HTML5 Really Beat Flash? The Surprising Results of New Tests (ReadWriteWeb | Mar 10, 2010)
  163. Form Features in HTML5 (O’Reilly Answers | Mar 10, 2010)
  164. HTML5 – New Old Semantics (Template Monster Blog | Mar 10, 2010)
  165. HTML5′s rules for parsing HTML are useful because they are based existing browsers’parsers (programming: what’s new online | Mar 10, 2010)
  166. Everything you need to know about HTML5 video and audio (Dev.Opera | Mar 10, 2010)
  167. Introducing the HTML5 nav Element (O’Reilly Answers | Mar 4, 2010)
  168. Quick Tip: The HTML 5 Audio Element (NETTUTS | Mar 4, 2010)
  169. The future of the web: how we’ll create forms in HTML5 (Your Inspiration Web | Mar 4, 2010)
  170. Introducing the contenteditable attribute in HTML5 (O’Reilly Answers | Feb 26, 2010)
  171. HTML5 for Beginners. Use it now, its easy! (What Creative | Feb 23, 2010)
  172. Building Web Pages With HTML 5 (Webmonkey | Feb 15, 2010)
  173. Designing for the Future with HTML5+CSS3 : Tutorials and Best Practices (DevSnippets | Feb 15, 2010)
  174. Introduction to HTML5 video (Dev.Opera | Feb 11, 2010)
  175. HTML5 video markup, compatibility and playback (Niall Kennedy | Feb 8, 2010)
  176. HTML5 vs Flash ! (remy sharp’s b:log | Feb 8, 2010)
  177. HTML 5 : An introduction to its features (“What I Read Is What You Get” | Feb 8, 2010)
  178. HTML5 is not about the death of Flash, but the return of browser innovation (HINDSIGHT LABS | Feb 6, 2010)
  179. Lorenz Attractor – HTML5 Stylee (onebyoneblog | Feb 6, 2010)
  180. My thoughts on HTML 5, Flash and Innovation (Technoracle (a.k.a. “Duane’s World”) | Feb 5, 2010)
  181. Flash 10 versus JS / HTML5: The Tour Guide (ludamix.com | Feb 4, 2010)
  182. HTML 5, Theora, and All, All, All — Not in Theory But in Practice (Splashnology | Feb 1, 2010)
  183. Code a Backwards Compatible, One Page Portfolio with HTML5 and CSS3 (Inspect Element- Web Design & Development Blog | Jan 25, 2010)
  184. How to Deliver HTML5 and CSS3 to Browsers That Can Handle Them (O’Reilly Answers | Jan 25, 2010)
  185. Mozilla Reignites HTML5 Video Debate (DZone | Jan 25, 2010)
  186. The Dark Side of HTML 5 Video (SitePoint Blogs | Jan 25, 2010)
  187. What is HTML 5? (MinuteBio | Jan 25, 2010)
  188. Mike Shaver: HTML5 video and codecs (shaver | Jan 23, 2010)
  189. How to Make All Browsers Render HTML5 Mark-up Correctly – Even IE6 (Nettuts+ | Jan 20, 2010)
  190. Free JavaScript HTML5 Application Framework (Greepit | Jan 19, 2010)
  191. Emerging Techniques Every Web Developer Should Know (Woork Up | Jan 16, 2010)
  192. A live video tool tip showcase of HTML5 video, canvas, and Ext (Ajaxian | Jan 15, 2010)
  193. How to add audio with HTML5 (O’Reilly Answers | Jan 15, 2010)
  194. How to incorporate video with HTML5 (O’Reilly Answers | Jan 15, 2010)
  195. SitePoint Podcast #44: HTML5 is a (Beautiful) Mess (SitePoint Blogs | Jan 15, 2010)
  196. HTML 5 Overview (O’Reilly Answers | Jan 14, 2010)
  197. HTML 5 – Part1: An Introduction to the New Layout Tags (Community MX | Jan 13, 2010)
  198. HTML5 means whatever you want it to mean (QuirksBlog | Jan 11, 2010)
  199. Cross Browser HTML5 Drag and Drop (User Agent Man | Jan 10, 2010)
  200. My Top 5 HTML Coding Preferences (Css Globe CSS and Web Design News | Jan 7, 2010)
  201. New Element Added To HTML5 (DZone: latest front page | Jan 7, 2010)
  202. Optimizing Optimizing HTML (Now HTML5 Compatible!!) (Anne van Kesteren | Jan 5, 2010)
  203. HTML 5 Object Persistance (OpenBit | Dec 27, 2009)
  204. ? Why the HTML5 ‘Video’ Element Is Effectively Unusable, Even in Browsers WhichSupport It (Daring Fireball | Dec 21, 2009)
  205. HTML5 Video Autobuffers, Always (Ajaxian | Dec 21, 2009)
  206. Why the HTML5 ‘Video’ Element Is Effectively Unusable (Daring Fireball | Dec 21, 2009)
  207. iPhone developers abandoning app model for HTML5? (Scobleizer | Dec 16, 2009)
  208. Getting ready for HTML 5 (electric toolbox | Dec 12, 2009)
  209. Enterprise adoption: Does HTML5 stand a chance against Flash technologies? (Srirangan | Dec 11, 2009)
  210. HTML 5: Do Flash Developers need to Worry? (Best Design Tutorials | Dec 9, 2009)
  211. HTML5 Examples in the Wild (SEOgadget.co.uk | Dec 8, 2009)
  212. Everything you need to know about HTML5 (TechRadar UK | Dec 6, 2009)
  213. 5 HTML Tags You Might not Know (Flex RIA | Dec 4, 2009)
  214. HTML 5 syntax (456 Berea Street | Dec 2, 2009)
  215. Planning for the future, HTML 5 or The Flash Platform? (The Esoteric Techie | Dec 1, 2009)
  216. How HTML5 Will Change the Way You Use the Web (Lifehacker | Dec 1, 2009)
  217. Google Dumps Gears for HTML5 (ReadWriteWeb | Nov 30, 2009)
  218. IE8 And HTML 5 (Giorgio Sardo Blog | Nov 29, 2009)
  219. HTML5 Can’t Exist Without the Flash Platform (Ryan Stewart – Mountaineer Coding | Nov 23, 2009)
  220. Steve Smith on HTML5 and CSS3 (Think Vitamin | Nov 4, 2009)
  221. HTML5 Tutorial – Getting Started (Dave Woods | Oct 29, 2009)
  222. HTML5, a 3 minute guide (secretGeek | Oct 29, 2009)
  223. Declaring Languages in HTML 5 (Nimbupani Designs | Oct 26, 2009)
  224. Browser support for CSS3 and HTML5 (Deep Blue Sky | Oct 21, 2009)
  225. An Introduction to HTML5 (DZone | Oct 20, 2009)
  226. HTML5: The Basics (1 of 4) (Design Shack | Oct 19, 2009)
  227. Introduction to HTML5 (video) (Brad Neuberg | Oct 15, 2009)
  228. HTML5 and Video in Email (Campaign Monitor | Oct 14, 2009)
  229. View Source Tutorial: Sticky Notes With HTML5 and CSS3 (Ajaxian | Oct 14, 2009)
  230. The Future of HTML 5 (Carsonified | Oct 13, 2009)
  231. Flash vs HTML5 – and a few points for HTML5 advocates to consider (nwebb | Oct 7, 2009)
  232. HTML 5, Standards and Developer Features in Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 (Channel 9 | Sep 24, 2009)
  233. Google Code Blog: Video Introduction to HTML 5 (The official Google Code blog | Sep 22, 2009)
  234. Introduction to HTML 5 (Ajaxian | Sep 22, 2009)
  235. Video Introduction to HTML 5 (The official Google Code blog | Sep 22, 2009)
  236. HTML lists: what’s new in HTML 5? (Woork Up | Sep 17, 2009)
  237. HTML5 + JS: The Future of Open Education (One Laptop Per Child News | Sep 15, 2009)
  238. Why HTML5 is a Game Changer and what it means for you. (AddyOsmani.com | Sep 15, 2009)
  239. Using HTML5 Today With Modernizr (Webmonkey | Sep 9, 2009)
  240. HTML 5 and the summary attribute (456 Berea Street | Sep 7, 2009)
  241. HTML5 And You (Thoughts From Eric | Sep 7, 2009)
  242. Keyboard control of html5 video elements (David Bolter: mindforks | Sep 4, 2009)
  243. Nine Into Five (Thoughts From Eric | Sep 2, 2009)
  244. Get Ready for HTML 5 (A List Apart | Sep 1, 2009)
  245. Loving HTML5 (Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report | Aug 31, 2009)
  246. HTML 5 Starts Looking Real (Dr. Dobb’s | Aug 29, 2009)
  247. Datasets in HTML 5 and what they’re good for (Barklund.org | Aug 28, 2009)
  248. CSS code structure for HTML 5: some useful guidelines (Woork Up | Aug 24, 2009)
  249. Microsoft dips toe in HTML 5 water (Ajaxian | Aug 10, 2009)
  250. HTML 5 – What the average web designer should know so far (Fame Designs | Aug 9, 2009)
  251. A third way to write and validate forms – HTML5 (cssgallery.info | Aug 4, 2009)
  252. Mozilla: We’ll keep pushing for Ogg Theora in HTML 5 (BetaNews.Com | Jul 24, 2009)
  253. Google, HTML5 and Standards (SitePoint Blogs | Jul 24, 2009)
  254. HTML 5 is a mess. Now what? (Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report | Jul 16, 2009)
  255. HTML5 and The Future of the Web (Smashing Magazine | Jul 16, 2009)
  256. HTML 5 Parsing (John Resig | Jul 7, 2009)
  257. HTML 5 and CSS 3: The Techniques You’ll Soon Be Using (Nettuts+ | Jul 6, 2009)
  258. Gmail for Mobile HTML5 Series: Using Timers Effectively (The official Google Code blog | Jul 2, 2009)
  259. Yes, You Can Use HTML 5 Today! (SitePoint Blogs | Jul 1, 2009)
  260. Will HTML 5 kill Flash? (InfoQ | Jun 21, 2009)
  261. HTML 5: Could it kill Flash and Silverlight? (Infoworld | Jun 16, 2009)
  262. CSS Video Effects (Ajaxian | Jun 4, 2009)
  263. 5 Fantastic Features of HTML 5 (Web Designer Help | May 29, 2009)
  264. HTML 5: Now or Never? (SitePoint Blogs | May 26, 2009)
  265. HTML5: Tool of Satan, or Yule of Santa? (24 ways | May 12, 2009)
  266. HTML5 and WAI-ARIA (Anne’s Weblog | Apr 16, 2009)
  267. Getting to the depths of “time” (Ajaxian | Apr 13, 2009)
  268. Google talking about HTML 5 and the Mobile Web (Ajaxian | Apr 8, 2009)
  269. <section> is not just a “semantic <div>” (The WHATWG Blog | Mar 19, 2009)
  270. The evolution and future of HTML (456 Berea Street | Mar 17, 2009)
  271. Have a Field Day with HTML5 Forms (24 Ways to impress your friends | Mar 12, 2009)
  272. Breaking Out The Edges of The Browser (24 Ways to impress your friends | Feb 12, 2009)

HTML5 Round-Ups

Note that the links above were not taken from the round-ups below, therefore these round-ups may contain different links.

  1. HTML5 & CSS3 Resources for Designers (realworldcss3.com | Apr 14, 2011)
  2. The Ultimate HTML5 Tutorials and Useful Techniques (Dzinepress | Apr 6, 2011)
  3. Tutorials to getting Started with HTML5 and CSS3 Basics (Designscripting.com | Apr 2, 2011)
  4. Video Tutorials getting Started HTML5 and CSS3 | Basics | Designscripting (Designscripting.com | Apr 2, 2011)
  5. 10 Useful Resources for Designers and Developers to Learn HTML5 (Dj Designer lab | Mar 31, 2011)
  6. Advanced and Comprehensive HTML5 Resources (Desizn Tech | Mar 25, 2011)
  7. How to Get Started with HTML 5 (Bruce Kyle | Mar 16, 2011)
  8. 7 HTML5 Videos To Learn For Beginners (Web Designer Aid | Mar 11, 2011)
  9. 28 Excellent HTML 5 & CSS3 Tutorials and Techniques (Designs Mag (Designs Magazine) | Mar 9, 2011)
  10. 40+ New Significant HTML5 And CSS3 Tips/Techniques/Tutorials (Multy Shades | Mar 7, 2011)
  11. 10 Essential Guides, Resources and Tools for Getting Started with HTML5-Speckyboy Design Magazine (Speckyboy Design Magazine | Feb 28, 2011)
  12. 8 Best HTML5 Ebooks Every Web Designer Should Learn (SaveDelete | Feb 24, 2011)
  13. 65 HTML5 Tutorials, Examples and Resources for Web Developers (JournalDev | Feb 23, 2011)
  14. HTML5 Tutorials and Techniques That Will Keep You Busy (Noupe Design Blog | Feb 23, 2011)
  15. Resources – HTML5 & CSS3 Tips, Tutorials and Tools (Think Design | Feb 21, 2011)
  16. 10 Best Websites To Get Everything About HTML5 (stylishwebdesigner.com | Feb 17, 2011)
  17. Great Tools, Resources and Guides for HTML5 and CSS3 (blueblots.com | Feb 15, 2011)
  18. 50 Useful HTML5 Tutorials, Techniques and Examples for Web Developers (DesignModo | Feb 11, 2011)
  19. Top15 HTML5 Ebooks (web3mantra | Feb 10, 2011)
  20. 40 Must See HTML5 Tutorials, Techniques and Examples for Web Developers (stylishwebdesigner | Feb 8, 2011)
  21. The Real HTML5 Boilerplate (CSS Wizardry | Jan 6, 2011)
  22. 9 Websites to Learn the Basics About html 5 (UnderWorld Magazines | Jan 4, 2011)
  23. Learn Tips and Tricks of HTML5 Through 25+ Tutorials (Dzineblog360 | Dec 31, 2010)
  24. How To Start Using HTML5 & CSS3 Now! (Katie Orenstein / KO Design | Dec 21, 2010)
  25. 15 Excellent Step by Step HTML5 Website Coding Tutorials (Web Designer Aid | Dec 20, 2010)
  26. 8 Best Websites To Get Everything About HTML5 (SaveDelete | Dec 2, 2010)
  27. HTML5 Techniques – Ultimate Collection of Tutorials (Tutorial Lounge | Nov 22, 2010)
  28. Fresh HTML5 Tutorials to make you HTML Expert (Designrfix | Nov 11, 2010)
  29. The Ultimate HTML5 Resources Roundup (Propeople Blog | Nov 2, 2010)
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