HTML5 & CSS3: Tutorials, Tips and Resources

HTML5 and CSS3 will at some point come into full use, and HTML4, XHTML and previous versions of CSS will become obsolete.

It is proving to be a slow process, which could have benefits for designers and developers in that there is plenty of time to learn.

Here is a collection of HTML5 tutorials, cheat sheets and resources, followed by a list of information-filled articles on CSS3.

Up to this point in time, there should be everything you need to know to keep you up to speed with both HTML5 and CSS3.

HTML5 Tutorials, Tips and Resources

Coding A HTML5 Layout From Scratch

Coding A HTML5 Layout from Scratch

Designing a Blog with HTML5

Designing a Blog with HTML5

Have a Field Day with HTML5 Forms

Have A Field Day with HTML5 Forms

How to Make All Browsers Render HTML5 Mark-Up Correctly – Even IE6

How to Make All Browsers Render HTML5 Mark-Up Correctly

How to Draw with HTML5 Canvas

How to Draw with HTML5 Canvas

HTML5 Cheat Sheet (PDF)

HTML5 Cheat Sheet

HTML5 Pocket Book

HTML5 Pocket Book

A Web Developer’s Guide to HTML5

A Web Developers Guide to HTML5

HTML5 Demos and Examples

HTML5 Demos and Examples

HTML5 & CSS3 Support

HTML5 & CSS3 Support

The HTML5 Test

The HTML5 Test

CSS3 Tutorials, Tips and Resources

There are many small tutorials for CSS3, so rather than try to list them all here, I have gathered round-ups of CSS3 tutorials, tips and resources - there is a ton of information and resources to be found on these pages.


There is a lot of information, as would be expected, about HTML5 and CSS3. I hope this round-up of tutorials, tips and resources has brought a lot of worthwhile and relevant information together in one article.

Are you keeping up to speed with the new coding? Are you implementing HTML5 in your current work? Please share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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