Month: August 2007

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X/HTML 5 by Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WhatWG)

Web Applications 1.0, more commonly referred to as X/HTML 5, is a new version of HTML that is vying to replace HTML 4 and XHTML 1. The X/HTML 5 specification is being developed by the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG).

X/HTML 5 introduces new elements to HTML for the first time since the last millennium. New structural elements include aside, figure, and section. New inline elements include time, meter, and progress. New embedding elements include video and audio. New interactive elements include details, datagrid, and command.

Development of HTML stopped in 1999 with HTML 4. The W3C focused its efforts on changing the underlying syntax of HTML from Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) to XML, as well as completely new markup languages like Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), XForms, and MathML. Browser vendors focused on browser features like tabs and RSS readers. Web designers started learning CSS and the JavaScript™ language to build their own applications on top of the existing frameworks using Asynchronous JavaScript + XML (Ajax). But HTML itself grew hardly at all in the next eight years.

Recently, the beast came back to life. Three major browser vendors—Apple, Opera, and the Mozilla Foundation—came together as the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WhatWG) to develop an updated and upgraded version of classic HTML. More recently, the W3C took note of these developments and started its own next-generation HTML effort with many of the same members. Eventually, the two efforts will likely be merged. Although many details remain to be argued over, the outlines of the next version of HTML are becoming clear.

This new version of HTML—usually called HTML 5, although it also goes under the name Web Applications 1.0—would be instantly recognizable to a Web designer frozen in ice in 1999 and thawed today.

Read the nice article by Elliotte Rusty Harold for details. The Future of HTML by Edd Dumbill could give some good idea about what going to happen next.

X/HTML 5 Working draft by WhatWG is here and this is the W3C Editor’s Draft for HTML 5.


BREAKING NEWS – Curfew All over Bangladesh – 8.00 PM to unknown

Wednesday, August 22, 2007 6:00 pm

Government of Bangladesh announce Curfew all over Bangladesh – Start at 8.00 and continue until next announcement! An unprecedented student rioting on the Dhaka University campus and surrounding areas Tuesday, bring this unwanted critical moments.

All mobile network and ISP (Internet Service Provider) of Bangladesh may goes off line during the Curfew. All university already closed or going to close there student halls till unknown period.

I’m also anxious to got confirmed that this morning/yesterday all universities populated with both Guns or other Arms…

Wednesday, August 22, 2007 6:35 pm

The Curfew is adopted NOT all over the Bangladesh but 6 Divisional Towns of Bangladesh.

The-Savvy Has Got A New Look has got the new look! I’ve just made the Savvy WordPress Template and didn’t able to control myself to launch, I’m not yet implemented all my ideas though! There will be more visual changes, included some AJAX effects and few more functionality when I’ll finish the template.

Recently I had used to spent times with and liked there h3 template they are using ATM, It’s really a great wordpress template! I liked specially there concept to not use any blog summary other than post details page, they create topic list in archives…there are lots other sites do the same.

Savvy WordPress Template goes live for Banglasavvy

I took few concept from, this new look of this site inspired by

Although It’s not my first wordpress template but this is first time I’m using my own wordpress template for my own wordpress blog site. If you guys have any suggestion, saw any bugs please comments here and let me know.