09. W3 Validator
Once your web document is almost ready, you need to check its markup validity. Choose HTML5 as a document type and insert your webpage URL. The tool will test your code and show all errors and warnings in it if any. It's absolutely free.
10. HTML5 Reset
This tool lets web developers and designers to rewrite their old website designs in HTML5 coding. The package is hosted on GitHub as well as HTML5 Reset WordPress theme, which includes semantic HTML5 markup, CSS declarations for the basic WordPress elements, a widget-ready sidebar, iQuery, and built-in analytics.
This is a suite of open source libraries and tools to create rich interactive content. The suit comprises four main libraries which can work completely independently, or matched, and some related tools. For example, EaselJS lets work with graphics and interactivity using HTML5 Canvas. SoundJS provides HTML5 audio playback on different browsers and devices.
13. HTML5 Please
HTML5 Please helps you to search for a feature that you want to use and find out how to do so. For instance, type video and you'll see the full list of useful resources about supporting browsers and devices, syntax peculiarities, general recommendations how to use this tag. If you think that the recommendation is incorrect, you may edit it and send a pull request.
14. Font dragr
This tool allows web designers to easily test custom fonts without the need for any CSS. All you have to to do is drag and drop the font. The bookmarklet button provided by the tool lets test any font from your file system, in the gallery or on any website.
15. Chrome Console
One of the simplest solutions for HTML5 coding is Google Chrome console. Go to a website, hit F12 and start coding straight away. The console lets customize any web elements on the webpage and immediately preview the changes. The device emulator is also indispensable for testing designs on various gadgets.
I hope this toolkit list will help you create stunning HTML5-based websites. Please share in the comments your favorite apps and software which do the same.
Words: Terry Smith
Terry Smith is a freelance web developer who loves to create beautiful responsive websites. He's into technology and education.
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