In a recent article in FOSDEM, we looked at the various ways of making a web using HTML5 and CSS3.
We also used a different technique of making our own web, using the HTML5 web engine to create an HTML5 element.
The article was a great introduction to how web design is done in FOSS and its related topics.
The problem with this article is that it uses the term “web” in a rather loose and non-descript way, leaving the reader with the impression that we are working with HTML5.
This is not the case.
The web is a collection of web elements that we can use to manipulate the DOM and/or manipulate the document.
When we look at the DOM, the DOM contains all the elements that can be manipulated by the browser, such as the images and text that we see.
When it comes to the DOM in HTML5, we use the
is the container for all the content we can manipulate, so the content in the element is simply the
The HTML5 specification defines the element as a collection, or “stack”, of
- elements, which are the container elements for our web pages.
- element will be in.
This is the text content of our web page.
The head element defines the container that the
We will need a few additional HTML elements that will be used in our example.
The first element is the
The second element is
The third element is also a on the The last element is used to define the element on our
The first time we create a new web page, the browser will ask for an initial password and a confirmation.
It is possible to use different password combinations for different users, but in our case, the password for the user who will be using the browser to manage the site is “