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Rachel Andrew posted a great piece for front-end developers about not trying to solve problems you don’t have yet. She specifically touches on over-the-top HTML5 boilerplates, adding polyfills for unsupported code, and trying to anticipate problems with older browsers before the site is even built yet. There is some amazing work out there in terms of polyfills, frameworks… more »
With the long list of features in HTML5 and CSS3, but spotty support across browsers, it can be tricky to know which to use and which to leave out until the support improves. HTML5 Please is a helpful list of HTML5 and CSS3 features, and includes information about a) how well each feature is supported by modern browsers and… more »