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HTML 5 Weekly
Issue 228 — February 24, 2016
Geoff Graham
Did you know you can link to telephone numbers from HTML? You can, but the behavior varies depending on the context.


A Book Apart
One of the most significant books in the HTML5 space has been majorly updated after five years. Jeffrey Zeldman’s foreword explains more.


GitHub
GitHub.com no longer delivers its icons via an icon font - it has switched to SVG. Here’s a look at the why and how.


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Robin Rendle
A beautifully presented essay that makes some proposals for typography’s role on the modern Web.


Tommy Hodgins and Maxime Euzière
A plugin that lets you write element queries inside CSS. These let you define CSS against the state of individual elements rather than the browser viewport.


Google Design
An interactive viewer to see and test how digital products respond to material design breakpoints across desktop, mobile, and tablet.


Joshua Jenkins
See how each HTML5 form element natively looks on your OS and browser.


Smashing Magazine
Links to several articles and tools you should check out if you want to get started with learning about the flexible box layout module.


SitePoint
Now that Microsoft has ended support for old versions of IE, maybe it’s time to give your tools, code and processes a spring clean?


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