One of the caveats of responsive web design is the burden of downloading full-size images on bandwidth-strapped mobile devices. These images, besides causing a significant lag in the load time of the page, have to be forcibly resized by the mobile browser, decreasing the display quality of the image. Thanks to HTML5, there are new […]
The Difference Between XHTML and HTML5 Semantic elements were introduced in HTML5 in order to assists Search Engines and Screen Readers in identifying parts of a web page. Clearly defining which parts of the page content make it easier for machines to understand the content and properly serve it in search engine listings. Basic XHTML […]
BrowserStack is a cross-browser testing tool. It allows you to test your designs in multiple browsers on various operating systems and at various screen sizes, without having to possess those physical devices or set up virtual machines.