A working knowledge of HTML 5 is going to be useful for a wider audience than the traditional users of HTML as it will have a role in apps development in Windows 8 and elsewhere. I have gathered together some resources I have found useful.
Samples and Demos
Sites that demonstrate working examples of HTML and its features.
Books and on line courses
Continue reading “Where can I find resources to learn HTML5?”
About 10 days ago I moved to the Adobe E-Learning Suite 2.5 using the subscription model. After carefully reviewing the licence agreement, I determined I would be able install on my main desktop PC and the laptop provided both were not to used at once (there is only one of me- so this is unlikely)
So I signed up, downloaded and installed on PC and laptop.
All good and ready for me to do a couple of projects with Dreamweaver and Captivate and to prepare for the Acrobat X and Captivate 5.5 exams.
Except now I can’t use any of it on either PC. Continue reading “Not Happy Adobe! Activation Issues”
This question comes up routinely on Dreamweaver courses. Thanks to my much thumbed copy of Partridge’s Usage and Abusage (Penguin Reference Books) I can report that:
I was just listening to the Security Now Podcast and Steve Gibson was talking about a new .Net Vulnerability.
By way of background, I do classic ASP development and am moving to .net via SharePoint. As such I am aware of SQL injection and Cross Site Scripting issues with web based applications. I recommend people in this line, especially with public facing apps, read up on the new vulnerability. Continue reading “Web Application – .Net security”
Added two pages with links and resources for Dreamweaver and Captivate. Continue reading “Links and Resources”