JS Variable Scope, HTML5 Web Forms

I just wanted to point out 2 articles I wrote elsewhere that may be of interest to you.

JavaScript Variable Scope: Local and Global Variables

In writing JavaScript functions, variable functions can trip you up. A common error is overwriting a global variable because the variable in a function didn’t have local scope. If that last sentence didn’t make any sense, then this article is for you.

This article covers tips and tricks for understanding variable scope in JavaScript. Read more »

Community MX has over 3,400 articles on web development and design. check it out. They’re also looking for new writers if you’re is interested.

HTML5 Web Forms and Browser Support

HTML5 Web Form specifications are not yet complete, but some browsers are supporting many of the proposed features. I’ve been testing all of the new values in different browsers (want to send me an iPad so I can test, feel free … hint, hint). To see what browsers are supporting as of last week, read more ».
It’s still a work in progress, and i’ll be adding more details to the bottom until it’s complete.

Standardista.com is my new blog where I write about CSS3 and HTML5. There are a lot of excellent (if i do say so myself) browser support grids there. Dig in deep, there isn’t that much there, but what’s there is really thorough.


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2 Responses to JS Variable Scope, HTML5 Web Forms

  1. Borz says:

    The site does not work Standardista.com RSS feed :(

  2. Estelle Weyl says:

    Should be fixed now. Thanks for letting me know.

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