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Mark Lews: Content as a Database
In this Adobe/STC interview, renowned thought leader, Mark Lewis, shares keen insights into other benefits of structure. "We need to move to a point where we think of content as a database." People are searching for things on the web and may or may not be finding what they are looking for. Think of entering a recipe, with steps, ingredients and attributes like diabetic or sugar free. When semantic information is entered during structured authoring, both the reader and writer benefit.
Understanding the Insert Panel and Menu Reorganization
Show: Learn Dreamweaver CC
This video reviews the reorganization of the Insert panel and Insert menu in the Dreamweaver CC update, which removed lesser-used items to make room for HTML5 elements including semantic tags and multimedia.
HTML5 Semantic Web
Show: MAX 2011 Develop
Learn how the real HTML5 can make your job much easier! Lost in all of the marketing about HTML5 are the real features that actually define it. These include new tags, new form fields, and new attributes on both new and old tags alike. This session will introduce you to these new semantic elements, explain them, and explore when you would use them. It will also show how you can use them to reduce divitis in your HTML and make your work faster to write and easier to maintain.
Dreamweaver CS5.5 - HTML5 Semantics
HTML5 not only adds rich media capabilities to HTML, but allows for much more readable, sensible semantic code as well. In this video we'll look at the new HTML5 Starter Pages in Dreamweaver CS 5.5, how they're constructed, and how you can immediately begin using them in your projects.
Dreamweaver CS5.5 - jQuery Mobile Pages
jQuery Mobile greatly simplifies the implementation of mobile-specific interfaces while still using clean, semantic HTML and CSS. However, the way pages are implemented in jQuery Mobile can be a bit of a shift for new mobile designers. In this video we'll look at the components of a jQuery Mobile "page", and how you can quickly build out an entire jQuery mobile application within a single HTML file.
HTML5: Half-baked, Baked, or Ready for the Table?
Show: MAX 2010 Design
The cooks are still in the kitchen, but the enticing smells of HTML5 are filling the room. Learn about the tasty semantic progression from XHTML to HTML5 that's sure to have markup connoisseurs salivating. In this session, we'll serve up a filling buffet of savory structural elements, flavorful form markup, and succulent ways of presenting audio and video with a focus on satisfying your cravings for tomorrow's technologies through practical implementations today. Bon appétit!