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Among the many developing utilities in HTML5 are various methods for accessing user pictures from mobile devices and webcams. In this tutorial we will use the Camera API to import a user photo into a Web page, displaying it in a canvas element.
With CSS3 declarations you can add animated effects to your Web pages without relying on third-party technologies. You can define transition rules to determine how an element should change appearance, for example when the user hovers their mouse over it. By combining transition rules with CSS3 transforms, you can increase the level of complexity in these interactive effects. In this tutorial we will try out the essential features of CSS3 transitions.
With CSS3 rules you can define more than just the style of your Web page elements. You can apply complex animations to items in your pages simply by including CSS declarations. In this tutorial we will work through the process of including a basic animation within a Web page. You should be able to complete the tutorial as long as you have some understanding of CSS.
If you want to use SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) in your Web pages but don’t know where to start – it’s easier than you think. You can of course create SVG images using software programs such as Inkscape, but you can also author the SVG markup code yourself in any text editor. SVGs scale up and down to suit the user environment, making them well-suited to responsive designs.
When you author Web pages using HTML markup, you can apply styling properties to your page content using CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) code. With CSS declarations working in conjunction with your HTML code, you can control various aspects of the layout and other presentation details of your pages, such as colors, fonts, background images, borders and much more. In this tutorial you will learn the essentials of CSS for styling your Web pages.