Updated on September 28, 2012, 3:30 PM - Written by Tim Buttner
Review coming soon...
*Please note this review is being written months after the movie was seen in theaters and after watching again from an iTunes rental.
Updated on September 9, 2012, 4:03 PM - Written by Tim Buttner
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Originally posted on the 3D Blog MarketSaw, which Tim Buttner is a contrubuting writer for. Hey all, Tim here with a theoretical and factual look at the future of web technologies. I'm a self-taught web designer, and just this year made my first leaps into using HTML5 and CSS3, among a few other things. What I've learned is that these improved web technologies pave way for a future on the web that is more dynamic on all devices and computers. The new enhancements of HTML5 and CSS3 integrate z-space controls for web designers that can lead to a stereoscopic world wide web.
First, lets looks at what HTML5 and CSS3 does. For those unfamiliar with HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) or CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), the simple definitions are as follows:
HTML: a language for describing web pages
CSS: define how to display (the look and formatting) HTML elements written in markup language.
To read further about them check out the Wikipedia pages for HTML and/or Read More & View Comments