20 Fantastic pseudo-Flash websites

A pseudo-Flash website is one that looks, feels and acts like a Flash website but is in fact built on good old-fashioned HTML and CSS. There is usually also a dash of JavaScript to bring things to life and round out the interface.The result is often beyond what we have come to expect of HTML and CSS, which is why we might assume the website is Flash-based.

The ultimate HTML5 resource guide

Despite the face that the HTML5 specification won’t officially be finished until 2022, a lot of designers are already diving into the parts of HTML5 that currently have support in modern browsers.HTML5 opens up some whole new avenues for web design and web application development, things that were previously only possible with either JavaScript or Flash.

HTML5 and CSS3: Wireframing in the final product

It’s a classic case of Photoshop versus website. Existing wireframing and prototyping tools are incapable of accurately reflecting the environment of the web. They produce static designs that can’t be seen through the variable known as the web browser. And when you build the final website, some elements won’t look exactly like their draft counterparts, and the client will notice those minor differences in fonts, positioning, etc.

How to Create an HTML5 and CSS3 AJAX-Based Contact Form

Countless modules and plug-ins for simplifying functionality have been developed using the various JavaScript libraries. These include slideshows, image galleries and even contact forms. In the case of a web-based email contact form, we are required to delve into two separate application fields.In this article, we’ll first look into the PHP back-end code that is used to send the emails from a web server.