In the past I have written on how the track element can be used to add captions and subtitles to HTML5 video, but this, and many other examples around the web, used a static example. But what if you need to load this information dynamically? This is what I’m going to take a quick look at here.
Like many other people around the world I am a huge fan of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes. I thought I had read them all until recently I came across a list of stories and discovered that I had not. I was on my phone at the time so I searched online for some decent HTML version.
Stack Overflow can be a great place to get the mind going and this evening was no exception. A question was posted asking how to get a HTML5 video’s poster image to fill the element if its aspect ration differs.
When writing articles and blog posts we often quote comments made by others from other sources and display them with the
blockquote element. But you can also display these quotes inline using the