Anyone has ever heard of Entrecard.com? Those of you had probably know what the website is all about, but for who hasn’t, here’s a little bit of info for you.
Entrecard.com is a free advertising exchange website. From its name you can tell that the website is intended to help bloggers to promote their blogs. Users can create 125×125 banners which functions as their advertising cards. These cards can be advertised on any blogs in the Entrecard network for free for a few days. This is a great way for small blogs like mine to garner some hits. Of course we can’t 100% rely on the website to generate visitors for us, we’ll have to put in some efforts to make it work. To join the Entrecard community or if you simply want to know more about the website, you can click on the banner below:
A big welcoming hug for HTML5, please! “HTML5 is already here?!” Oh yes, definitely. Contrary to popular belief that HTML5 is going to be released in 2022, it is actually already floating around in the cyberspace. HTML5 is the latest player in the world of markup language. It supports all the lowercase tags, self-closing tags and the likes. Even better, there is also XHTML5! Woot! No, XHTML5 isn’t a jump from XHTML, in case you’re wondering. That would be a shoddy insult to XHTML2, wouldn’t it? LOL. Bleegh, screw XHTML2. It’s been dead since July 2009. Anyway, XHTML5 is actually the combination of HTML5 and XML meaning it will allow all the normal rules for XHTML.
One interesting thing about HTML5 is, all the validation types can be put together into one short line. For example, if you are a developer who is obsessed with strict validation rule, you would have your DOCTYPE line looking like this:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”>
But fortunately with HTML5, regardless whether it is Strict, Transitional, 1.0 or 1.1, the DOCTYPE line will be the same:
Ain’t that groovy?
Christmas is only a few weeks away and I’m making a layout just for the season! Hopefully it’ll be ready by the end of the week, but that depends on my schedule of course. 😀