I’ve always admired people who know how to wield HTML like a knife. Early in my career I learned a little, but automation and templates have saved me — not from learning but from making a fool of myself.
But for those of you who still code by hand and worry that the fill-in form elements of your Web pages are looking a bit dated, we’re going to throw a little HTML programming at you.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C
), which oversees the HTML standard, has been holding its annual meeting this week in Lyons, France, to discuss a range of technical issues. You can keep up with what’s going on at any social mediat site that uses the hashtage #tpac.