Friday, September 3rd, 2010

A Periodic Table for HTML

Category: HTML

Josh Duck has put together a fun and useful list of the 104 elements currently in the HTML5 working draft but organized like a periodic table of elements:

When you click on one of the tags more information appears:

Who says chemistry can’t be fun?

[via Jackson Harper]

Posted by Brad Neuberg at 5:30 am

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The “How are they used?” section is really nice.

Comment by Skilldrick — September 3, 2010

Hey Josh! Got yourself on Ajaxian I see :) Nice table. How is Australia?

Comment by mummybot — September 3, 2010

That’s a page full of nice information.
But hey ! Html is all about semantics guys ! That’s NOT a “table” ! Are there meanings for rows and columns in this table ? I don’t think so.

Comment by gaalan — September 3, 2010

gaalan: How is that not a table? It’s clearly an analogue of the periodic table of chemical elements. Remove the tabular format and you completely lose that meaning.

Comment by timdown — September 6, 2010

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