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Very often you don’t need to launch a full-blown CMS, but a simple 1-page HTML site is just what you need. In such cases it is really handy, if you have a ready-made HTML5 template to use. Fortunately, online there are hundreds, if not thousands of free and paid HTML5 templates.
Today you’re going to learn how to add a background image to your page using HTML5. In previous versions of HTML, you could use the background attribute of the body element: However, in HTML5, the background attribute is not supported.
Making audio autoplay on your website is very easy with HTML5. Make that “super easy” if you already have an HTML5 audio player on your website.
Among the many developing utilities in HTML5 are various methods for accessing user pictures from mobile devices and webcams. In this tutorial we will use the Camera API to import a user photo into a Web page, displaying it in a canvas element.
Web design has changed significantly through the years, from static HTML pages to fully animated, interactive sites that respond to users. Videos play an important role in sharing unique content, they are ubiquitous on the web; and for certain sites videos are a must. If you want to show a video on your site and you want to create an engaging experience, consider incorporating a background video.
If you want to use SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) in your Web pages but don’t know where to start – it’s easier than you think. You can of course create SVG images using software programs such as Inkscape, but you can also author the SVG markup code yourself in any text editor. SVGs scale up and down to suit the user environment, making them well-suited to responsive designs.