Be a listener of Part 14, section 2.4.9 – 2.7.2 of the HTML5 spec   Have you ever wanted to read the HTML5 specification, but couldn't find the time? Well, I was in the same boat, but I decided to read it piecemeal and record myself so others could listen to it instead of reading it. Listening is convenient for tho commuter crowd because it turns an otherwise...

  Be a listener of Part 13, section 2.4.5.8 – 2.4.8 of the HTML5 spec   Have you ever wanted to read the HTML5 specification, but couldn't find the time? Well, I was in the same boat, but I decided to read it piecemeal and record myself so others could listen to it instead of reading it. Listening is convenient for tho commuter crowd because it turns an otherwise...

  Be a listener of Part 12, section 2.4.5 – 2.4.5.7 of the HTML5 spec   Have you ever wanted to read the HTML5 specification, but couldn't find the time? Well, I was in the same boat, but I decided to read it piecemeal and record myself so others could listen to it instead of reading it. Listening is convenient for tho commuter crowd because it turns an otherwise...

  Be a listener of Part 12, section 2.4 – 2.4.4.5 of the HTML5 spec Thanks to Jan Jursa for feedback.   Transcript:     2.4 Common microsyntaxes There are various places in HTML that accept particular data types, such as dates or numbers. This section describes what the conformance criteria for content in those formats is, and how to...

Part 10 of the series on HTML 5 Specification's audio version. Link to additional parts of the series. Part 10 - 2.1.5 – 2.3 (.MP3, 9:25, 9.0MB) You can also browse here to download: https://bvakili.com/documents/11028/67305/2.1.5+%E2%80%93+2.3/896bb8ef-6c0c-49e5-b537-f6481ae8037d   Transcript:     2.1.5 Plugins The...