Peek definition FTW! Great features, great presentation! Thank you!
PS. Here's hoping you bring CodeLens to TFSERVICE as well as TFServer sooner than later.
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@Emad67: Hi! I don't talk about iFrame in HTML5 ... it's a bit more involved. Here's a great article about the issues involved in using iFrame:
Regarding the div element ... I do have things to say about it, but I don't know that you'll like them. The div has been misused as some have referred to "divitis" ... a disease in web programming that adds divs for styling and css hooks. This is NOT the correct semantic use of the element. The major theme running through this series ... HTML5 should not be used for layout. That is CSS3's job. So, you referenced "screen realestate" and "positioning", etc. That's more of a CSS3 thing and I do talk about it in THAT context. Hope that helps!
@Jerome: re: hgroup ... it's been cut from the HTML5 spec:
... and from reading about it I got the sense that it wasn't going to last (I couldn't see the SEMANTIC value in it ... seemed like an extra hook for CSS ... seems like others agreed).
Glad the videos had some value to you! Good luck!
@Marc: Hi Marc, please do this for the sake of debugging ... download the files that accompany this lesson:
... unzip, and then open up my version of the html file. Does it exhibit the same behavior? If so, then I made a mistake in my video and I can look at it more closely. If it DOESN'T exhibit the same behavior, then you have some small issue in your code. That is a good place to start ... let me know what you find out. Good luck!
@Maarten: Hi Maarten, I'm not sure I completely understand your question. You put code in that structure that you want to execute when the page loads. Sometimes, you are REGISTERING an event that the user may kick off later somehow (like a click event, but there are many other possibilities). There are techniques where you can attach a method call AFTER the page load (again, in response to some user action) but I don't talk about those in depth in this series (actually, honestly, it's been a couple of years since I recorded this so my memory is foggy on exactly what I do talk about in this series) but for more information check this out:
Did that answer your question? If not, could you rephrase and I'll take another pass at answering.
@Russell: I think you may be experiencing the issue with sending too many digits after the decimal to Flickr. I believe I talk about this problem in the next video or two. Sorry! They can only accept 5 digits after the decimal. Didn't realize this until it was too late.
@isyedakhtar: Try creating a StackPanel in the layout grid and add a StackPanel. The best way to figure out what's possible is to try and fail and try some more. For reference: