When one thinks of mastering a subject, some people believe that it is all about knowing everything there is to know about a given subject. In my opinion it's more then that, and less then that at the same time.
The first key is interest or passion. Without these you will not be able to fully focus or devote the time needed to improve oneself, let alone master a particular subject.
The second key is time and practice. I lump these two together, because they rely on each other. You need to devote the time to practice in order to get the most out of practicing.
The third key is dedication. You need to see the improvement of any skill, trade, or ability through to the end of the learning phase in order to truly learn from it. Even when things seem hardest or most difficult, you need to stick to it and find the "lesson" within the lesson.
The fourth is flexibility, and knowing that you can always improve. No matter how good you are at something,...
Have you checked out the new HTML5?
The good news is that the same ddt is backwards compatible. The same ddt will read your XHTML and HTML codes and allow most of it. This allows you to combine new parts of your page in HTML5 with old parts of the page that you might not have time to update. It also allows you a free pass if you mistakenly code in the older XHTML for a bit.
Another bit of good news is that the current versions of most browsers already read HTML5.
HTML5 is designed to make organizing pages a part of the code. This allows for pages to be automatically outlined, organized into academic paper sections, referenced and cited, and slipped into ebooks. It has tags with properties that will replace much of the often-used Java Scripts previously needed to view videos, make slide presentations, and work with special media readers. Building on the XHTML, it has added tags to increase the functionality of the coding process.
HTML5 works in concert with CSS3. It...