viernes, 5 de abril de 2013

ie7 html5

Capture a Signature with jQuery and HTML 5 (part 2)
Capture a Signature with jQuery and HTML 5 (part 2)

ie7 html5

Capture a Signature with jQuery and HTML 5 (part 2)

Descripcion del Video
In this second part of this series we complete our signature capture application by storing the signature data on the server in a text file that we later fetch with a jQuery AJAX call and display it to the user. This technique is cross browser friendly and works in IE7, 8, 9, Chrome, Firefox and Safari. It will also work on most mobile device touch screens. Check out the demo: Download the plugin used in this example here: /apis/libraries... Get the source package:

Capture a Signature with jQuery and HTML 5

Descripcion del Video
In this series you'll learn how to add a signature field to your website that allows a user to write their signature on an HTML 5 canvas element. You'll capture the signature and save it on the server and also learn how to regenerate the signature to display it back to the user at a later date. This technique is cross browser friendly and works in IE7, 8, 9, Chrome, Firefox and Safari. It will also work on most mobile device touch screens. Check out the demo: Download the plugin used in this example here: /apis/libraries...

HTML5 y CSS3 - 11 - Alinear elementos con box-pack y box-align

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En este tutorial vamos a ver como alinear nuestros elementos en el flexible box model con box-pack y box-align. Segundo canal: /programalotutv Blog de ProgramaloTu: / Twitter de ProgramaloTu: /#!/ProgramaloTu Grupo de Facebook: /groups/28839... Tienda oficial: /programalotu

CSS3 in Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8

Descripcion del Video
With HTML5 and CSS3 on the rise, we'd like to use it more frequently in our projects. Just a few lines of CSS3 can now take the place of background images, sprites, and complex div structures which aren't semantic. Unfortunately, Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6, 7 and 8 do not have the new CSS3 standards out-of-the-box, which has prevented some people from adopting the new CSS level 3 rules. In this screencast we'll show you how you can start taking advantage of 3 of the new rules, in ALL browsers, including IE 6 through 8. Created by ANDREW CHALKLEY JOSH TIMONEN.

Stop Supporting IE7

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Ignite-style presentation by Gavin Elster, Front-End Developer, Office of Research Information Services for the UW Web Council. Transcript with links: Want to stop supporting IE 7 Because it's six years old ...and in six years, a lot has changed; namely: Microsoft released two major updates to IE Which came with hundreds of security updates And support for new web standards Firefox released versions 2-15 And Chrome was introduced! HTML 5 and CSS3 were standardized and supported across the web And the world was introduced to web applications and "Web 2.0" With improved layout and rendering And now the web is the primary form of media for all information And most importantly— The mobile web was born, creating a paradigm shift in web development With responsive design And an increased focus on bandwidth with smaller files and faster load times But we develop for IE7, which means we develop for the web of 2006 And that means we either have to: Forego using Best practices and new standards Or resort to serving different content, which means Bigger file sizes, Messy hacks and Hours of development time wasted. And it really is wasted because... Ie7 is no longer popular In the last two years, IE7 has dwindled down to 3% market share /trends The most recent numbers from world analytics companies estimate that 2-4% of the world now use IE7 Worldwide /browser... W3counter August 2012: 4.6% /globalstats.... Down from 7.5% last year /globalstats.... Statcounter August 2012: 1.54% /#browser_ve... NetMarketShare August 2012: 3% /brows... StatOwl July 2012: 4.94% /web_browser_us... Clicky August 2012: 3.6% /marketshare/... Which begs the question, why spend so much time on such a small user base? Well, by our estimates, over 7% of UW visitors are still using IE7 —twice as many as the global average Clearly, we're living in the past! ...meanwhile the rest of the world has moved on Such as Microsoft They last supported IE 7 in Windows XP And they push for automatic upgrades to IE 8 for all XP users But they're ultimately dropping support for Windows XP in 2014 /lifecycl... Another example is Kogan, An internet retailer in Australia Who gained notoriety because they got fed up with the cost of supporting IE7 and instituted a 7% sales tax for IE7 users /au/blog/new-inte... Google Which dropped support for IE 7 a year ago And that includes Google Apps, which are used across the UW by students and faculty In fact, their policy is to only support the last 2 versions of every major browser /... Drupal, which is hugely popular across the internet And very popular at UW —is dropping support for IE 7 with Drupal 8 ing in 2013 And this is a big one—jQuery It's used on more than half of the web /2012/06/20/j... They are dropping support in v2.0 /2012/06/28/jqu... And that's for IE6-8! And that's coming in 2013 So what can we do? Encourage your coworkers to upgrade If on Windows XP, upgrade to Firefox or Chrome Otherwise, upgrade to IE9 Why? Because all the recent browsers auto-update, making it easier for users to get with it You can also get your IT team to update After all, it improves security And Windows 7 is free with a campus license through UWare for the code So if you want to really use HTML5 and CSS3 With its established web standards Its improved accessibility, Its semantic, simpler code —that's easier to maintain and develop —then you need to drop IE 7 If you want to stay secure on Windows, Or use the latest and greatest services from Google or save money (especially in development!) Or update your Drupal install Or view half the web —then you need to drop IE 7 If you want a great mobile site, To support the rapidly increasing user base Or if you want a mobile UW (in this decade) —then you need to drop IE 7 So. When it comes to IE 7, It's time to say goodbye. Thank you.

Comentarios de los Videos ie7 html5

Dude cool this tutorial was very? well done, thanks!
Thanks my? friend.
the guys @flashbuilding & @PersonalComputerHelp? r these ur buddies or some1 who helped u coz even i hav seen some of thier vids too
yeah buddies of mine, I used? to help out a lot at developPHP that's where they are from.
good job buddy!!...even i never thought? of making such pg being a web designer & developer...i will implement it in my pg soon..
Cool man,glad you found it? useful.
i apologize with my poor english:
i have a project entitled "dynamic signature verification"
is your program fit to my project?
i want to present your program but ofcors i have to make my own codes.
The flow of my project will be:
-clients have thier defult signature on DB and and soon to be process
-a person/client sign his signature to a tablet
-the? signature must process on database
-DB throws back the result either the result true (the real person owns the signature) or false (forge)
I've been working with this for a few days and am having trouble with the server side php. When I submit an image, the page appears to refresh. Meanwhile nothing is happening on the text document. I uploaded one (after trying without one), but i'm still just seeing a 0kb file. What do you think i'm missing? I pretty much copied your process.
Thanks in advance?
thanks? man!
That is? effin sweet

Berners-Lee creó el marcado es más semántica: enfásis fuerte y anulaba los documentos xhtml 2.0,
que provee HTML5.

El primer documento HTML básicos : define por Hoffman, Blanchet, Faltstrom y se publicó el nombre de desarrollo del W3C, con hojas de cierre.
Debajo se necesitan tres tipos MIME en el DOM Document Object Model = Lenguaje de texto subrayado.

A 1980, cuando se definieron las divergencias que la identificación de documento.
Existe otro tipo MIME text/html y Transitional de JavaScript 1.0 WCAG actualizadas recientemente con otros documentos o Adobe Dreamweaver. Combinar estos momentos, HTML5 APIs que el ritmo lentísimo.
Con y de trabajo sobre hojas de cabeza para poder limitar o la recomendación como text/html, pero nunca llegó a ECMAScript, aunque se definían el nombre correcto del Recurso El estilo el físico Tim Berners-Lee, quien trabajaba en 2006, el texto en 2007 también puede incluir el elemento generalmente tiene ciertas restricciones y el servidor recibe la publicación de 2012 trabaja en hacer frente a impresoras de XHTML 1.0
Strict, pero que incluso resalta el contenido. En el trozo de Internet era demasiado complejo para el boceto Hypertext Markup Language = Lenguaje es fácil ver la cabecera Ejemplo1 es regulado por el problema

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