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Slashdot Items Tagged "html"

Date / TimeStory
Friday August 29, 2014 @06:24PM Google Introduces HTML 5.1 Tag To Chrome
Sunday October 20, 2013 @11:44PM IE 11 Breaks Rendering For Google Products, and Outlook Too
Thursday October 03, 2013 @11:09AM Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Approve Work On DRM For HTML 5.1
Tuesday April 09, 2013 @10:45AM Gecko May Drop the Blink Tag
Saturday September 22, 2012 @08:27PM W3C Group Proposed To Safeguard User Agent State Privacy
Sunday June 17, 2012 @09:51AM SPDY Not As Speedy As Hyped?
Friday May 25, 2012 @11:10PM Google Now Searches JavaScript
Tuesday June 14, 2011 @12:58AM Ask Slashdot: Web Site Editing Software For the Long Haul?
Monday January 31, 2011 @10:24AM Windows MHTML Vulnerability Warning From Microsoft
Friday January 28, 2011 @08:50PM New Critical Bug In All Current Windows Versions
Friday January 21, 2011 @04:27AM No More Version Numbers For HTML
Friday December 24, 2010 @10:58PM A Real World HTML 5 Benchmark
Saturday November 27, 2010 @11:38PM Who Will Win Control of the Web?
Friday November 05, 2010 @12:22AM CDN Optimizing HTML On the Fly
Friday October 29, 2010 @06:17PM Microsoft's Silverlight Strategy 'Has Shifted'
Wednesday October 06, 2010 @12:58PM W3C Says Don't Use HTML5 Yet
Saturday July 17, 2010 @08:30PM Jolicloud 1.0 Has an HTML5 UI
Monday July 05, 2010 @07:08AM Finding Open Source Projects Looking For Help?
Thursday June 03, 2010 @07:35PM Clashing Scores In the HTML5 Compatibility Test Wars
Friday May 14, 2010 @12:27PM HTML Web App Development Still Has a Ways To Go
Tuesday May 04, 2010 @04:56PM Zen Coding
Tuesday May 04, 2010 @11:31AM Why IE9 Will Not Support Codecs Other Than H.264
Monday February 01, 2010 @01:56PM Sams Teach Yourself HTML and CSS In 24 Hours
Friday January 11, 2008 @09:43PM First Look At the ACID3 Browser Test
Thursday April 12, 2007 @05:58PM Apple, Opera, and Mozilla Push For HTML5
Sunday October 29, 2006 @01:43PM HTML to be 'Incrementally Evolved'
Monday September 04, 2006 @04:06AM What's in Your HTML Toolbox?

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