As you may have noticed, I have been messing around with HTML5 a lot lately, even making my personal website HTML5 compliant. To say the least, this has tweaked my curiosity a lot and I knew that I would be playing around with the new features that HTML5 has to offer and thought that I should create a new site, in HTML5, where I can share my experiences when experimenting with these elements.
And thus HTML5 Laboratory was born!
I have posted my first experiment already, in which I discuss how to write a valid HTML5 document. This is somewhat similar to HTML5 — more widespread than you think, which I posted a few months back, but it goes into more detail in some areas plus I’ve learnt more.
Please do head over to HTML5 Laboratory and take a look at the site itself and let me know what you think. All feedback welcome.
Note: the site also makes use of @font-face, so let me know how that works for you as well.