Monthly Archives: July 2012

Add a jQuery fallback to browsers that don’t support the input required attribute

One of the things that I really like that HTML5 has introduced is the required attribute for the input tag. The functionality isn’t as far along as I’d like, it would be cool if the browser would check for an … Continue reading

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Prerender text for HTML5 canvas to speed up your code

If you’ve looked at HTML5’s canvas tag at all, then you’ve probably heard people mention prerendering elements on another canvas to speed up your code. The main reason to do this is the eliminate the need to draw the same … Continue reading

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Build an HTML5 Video Preloader

In my previous post about checking when an HTML5 video has loaded, I made the comment at the end that you could use the code to build your own preloader. Afterwards, I got a couple of emails asking me how … Continue reading

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