This specification defines HyperText Markup Language as implemented in the broader diversity of web browsers, including Rhapsode, Lynx, Dillo, Netsurf, Weasyprint, etc. HTML is a language for annotating plain text with its semantic structure, and to reference related resources. HTML specifically does not dictate how its text should be presented. For the sake of rendering to a variety of devices, and to ease website authoring & maintenance.
HTMLite is meant to be loosely compatible with WHATWG's HTML specification whilst being tractible to understand and implement. Reflecting what's supported/used by most browser engines and web pages, rather than the popular few.
HTMLite is an application of XMLite, and is based fundamentally on XMLite-Model. It also defines the HTML syntax as an alternative to XMLite-Syntax.
htmx gives you access to AJAX, CSS Transitions, WebSockets and Server Sent Events directly in HTML, using attributes, so you can build modern user interfaces with the simplicity and power of hypertext
htmx is small (~10k min.gz'd), dependency-free, extendable & IE11 compatible.
A clean, easy to edit free HTML template that you can use for a personal blog or for documentation purposes for your next project! Written in pure HTML - no CSS classes. Some cool features about this template include compatibility with static hosting (including Github Pages), automatic flipping to dark mode, fully responsive, uses standard HTML elements only, Markdown support, and it's easy to style with your own CSS.
Why should security vendors be the only ones allowed to use silly, animated visualizations to "compensate"? Now, you can have your very own IP attack map that's just as useful as everyone else's.
Looking through the index.html file it looks like the specifics should be pretty easy to tweak. The cute attack names are in an array, as are the sound effects (which can be swapped out or otherwise modified fairly easily). I think the stats used to influence the random number generator could be modified to reflect other uses of this map. Similarly, the CSV files could be altered or swapped out.
To run it, just point a web server at the repository. No back-end webshit involved.
pyquery allows you to make jquery queries on xml documents. The API is as much as possible the similar to jquery. pyquery uses lxml for fast xml and html manipulation.
pup is a command line tool for processing HTML. It reads from stdin, prints to stdout, and allows the user to filter parts of the page using CSS selectors.
Inspired by jq, pup aims to be a fast and flexible way of exploring HTML from the terminal.
Slingcode is a personal computing platform in a single html file. You can make, run, and share web apps with it. You don't need any complicated tools to use it, just a web browser. You don't need a server, hosting, or an SSL certificate to run the web apps. You can put Slingcode on a web site, run it from a USB stick, laptop, or phone, and it doesn't need an internet connection to work. You can "add to home screen" in your phone's browser to easily access your library of programs on the go. You can share apps peer-to-peer over WebTorrent. It's private. You only share what you choose.
Everything is kept in the browser's localstorage system.
It's written in Clojurescript with a bunch of dependencies, but the output is a single HTML page that you can drop anywhere. Probably easier to download it from the website (as recommended) and drop it someplace.
Magicmirror is a software package for, well, making one of those nifty RaspberryPi magic mirrors that people seem to like building for their houses. Modular; turn on the bits you want, turn off the bits you don't.
Of course, the damned thing uses Electron.
Give this site an image file and it'll generate new style favicons. It also generates the relevant HTML code and meta tags.
This code demonstrates how to scrape the Doomsday Clock to get the current value. It has a CSS selector, source, and regular expression to extract the current time.
A curated list of awesome HTML5 resources. Multimedia applications, elements, APIs, crypto, and other stuff. Probably single page applications, too.
How to use JQuery to change fonts on the fly on a web page.
A telnet client written in HTML5.
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Want to design a color scheme for a costume, web site, or presentation? Play around with this a little and see what you can come up with.