Here we list some essential HTML 5 templates, references and resources which we think you’ll find useful whether you’re a novice web developer starting out or seasoned guru.
HTML Element Reference List
A thorough, alphabetically sorted list of element tags in HTML (new and old versions from HTML2.0 to HTML5.1, and XHTML) which shows each element’s HTML version validity along with links to the element’s specifications on w3c.
Mozilla Developer Network
The MDN has some great reference guides and reference information for HTML 5 web developers:
An invaluable resource for web developers looking to put HTML5 to use, with numerous articles, tutorials and news. Also has information about developing for mobile devices and performance. A Google project.
Highly popular boilerkit template to kickstart your new app or website project.
This website shell follows good practises and is a great starting point to get your new website project off on the right foot.
There is also a WordPress Template available now, for WP theme developers.
Customizable HTML5 boilerkit template generator to help get your new project started.
The generator tool gives you template options such as Classic HTML5 Boilerkit, Responsive Template, and Bootstrap.
Excellent collection of high quality, free HTML 5 / CSS3 website templates which use responsive design.
These templates are free to use under the CC Attribution 3.0 License.
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