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Murach's HTML5 and CSS3 Legacy Question

 
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First of all, Zak Ruvalcaba & Anne Boehm, I want to extend my welcome to the ranch.

From glancing at the Table of Contents, it appears that you do a wonderful job of explaining how to get started and grow into HTML5 and CSS3. I have some existing huge HTML 4 applications that I've been refreshing. Zak Ruvalcaba & Anne Boehm, what resources (including possibly any "conversion" tools, your books, etc.) would you refer me to in an effort to assist me with bringing these applications up (or migrating them) to HTML5 and CSS3 (quickly)?

Thank you.
 
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That's a great question Charles. I don't know of any specific resources to be quite honest. My approach was to learn as much about HTML5 as possible. New features, new ways of styling content, structuring content, etc. Once I became proficient with HTML5 and CSS3, I was able to determine on my own what the differences were between HTML4, XHTML1, and HTML5. Sorry I can't answer this question any better than this....

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