HTML 5 – HyperText Markup Language Version 5

HTML 5 – Hypertext markup language version 5 is the next major version of the Browser’s htm language. This is going to make our world of internet really very fast.

Basically this will have number of new elements, such as

Text to Image [html + CSS + javascript] typeface.neocracy]

Great news for web developers and designers. We have been facing problem in FONT compatibility with browsers. For getting render any TRUE TYPE FONTS[License] on browser, client should have font installed on system.

There is solution for this, developer can go for Flash or Image base mechanism. In this case we need designer’s help|expertise to create…. k lets come to the point

Now there is solution, got this information from Google Forum.. looks great

This is Javascript based solution,
What it does ?
Instead of creating images or using flash just to show your site’s graphic text in the font you want, you can use
typeface.js and write in plain HTML and CSS, just as if your visitors had the font installed locally. This is a work in progress, but functional enough at least to render the the graphic text on this site.

Steps need to follow
Here’s what it takes to get going:
1. Load the typeface.js library
2. Typeface.js fonts …….then proceed like normal:

Here u go —- Click Here

Expand and Collapse Container

Expand and collapse option through JS and CSS
Follow steps
1. Copy this code in notepad
2. Save your note pad as .html or .htm
3. Open with browser… solution is ready 🙂

<html xmlns:v="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:vml" xmlns:o="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office">

<style type="text/css">

<script type="text/javascript">
var collapseDivs, collapseLinks;

function createDocumentStructure (tagName) {
if (document.getElementsByTagName) {
var elements = document.getElementsByTagName(tagName);
collapseDivs = new Array(elements.length);
collapseLinks = new Array(elements.length);
for (var i = 0; i < elements.length; i++) {
var element = elements[i];
var siblingContainer;
if (document.createElement &&
(siblingContainer = document.createElement('div')) &&
var nextSibling = element.nextSibling;

var nextElement = elements[i + 1];
while (nextSibling != nextElement && nextSibling != null) {
var toMove = nextSibling;
nextSibling = nextSibling.nextSibling;
} = 'none';

collapseDivs[i] = siblingContainer;

createCollapseLink(element, siblingContainer, i);
else {
// no dynamic creation of elements possible

function createCollapseLink (element, siblingContainer, index) {
var span;
if (document.createElement && (span = document.createElement

('span'))) {

var link = document.createElement('a');
link.collapseDiv = siblingContainer;
link.href = '#';
link.onclick = collapseExpandLink;
collapseLinks[index] = link;

function collapseExpandLink (evt) {
if ( == '') { = 'none';
this.firstChild.nodeValue = '[+]';
else { = '';
this.firstChild.nodeValue = '[-]';

if (evt && evt.preventDefault) {
return false;

<script type="text/javascript">
function popup(url)
var width = 1200;
var height = 927;
var left = (screen.width - width)/2;
var top = (screen.height - height)/2;
var params = 'width='+width+', height='+height;
params += ', top='+top+', left='+left;
params += ', directories=no';
params += ', location=no';
params += ', menubar=no';
params += ', resizable=no';
params += ', scrollbars=no';
params += ', status=no';
params += ', toolbar=no';,'windowname5', params);
if (window.focus) {newwin.focus()}
return false;
// -->

<script type="text/javascript">
window.onload = function (evt) {

<style type="text/css">

<div style="width:70%; float:left;">
<H4>Question? </H4>

You can write number of questions and answer, this is one of the best solution from the user experience angle. This helps to make layout without having vertical scroll bar.

Thanks folks.. coming days.. ll add some more interesting stuffs here…