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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 177 — February 25, 2015
Mozilla
Support for ES6 symbols, unicode-range CSS descriptor, object-fit and object-position properties, CSS 3’s will-change property, HTTP/2, and more.


Treehouse Blog
If you’re always tempted to turn to the trusty ‘div’ tag, this tutorial on using ‘main’, ‘article’, ‘section’, ‘nav’ and related tags may be useful.


W3C
Still an Editor’s Draft but work is continuing. Deep stuff; it's not bedtime reading.


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The Mozilla Blog
One of the most popular game engines has added the ability to export to HTML5. A presentation of these new features will take place on Twitch on March 5.


W3C
Defines a unified set of events and interfaces for device-neutral pointer input (from a mouse, tablet, pen, etc.) and handling things like pointer pressure, contact geometry, and tilt.


Steve Faulkner and Léonie Watson
A work in progress, but essentially a table demonstrating how various HTML elements are rendered in audio by screen readers.


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