Tag Archives: HTML5

AJAX Efficiency with jQuery and HTML5

It’s super-common in front-end development to load a lot of content dynamically via AJAX. It’s tempting to rely on jQuery selectors to initialize these elements. We’ve all seen it: a huge chunk of code with twenty anonymous functions, each one a callback to a jQuery `.each()` method. We like jQuery selector callbacks because they’re convenient–no […]

HOWTO: Fix “Keyword title is not registered” error in Joomla 3.0

If you’re working with Joomla using an HTML5 template and you try and validate your site using the [W3C Markup Validation Service](http://validator.w3.org), you may find yourself hit with the following validation error: *Line 7, Column 44*: **Bad value title for attribute name on element meta: Keyword title is not registered.** <meta name=”title” content=”Who We Are” […]