Have a look at this guy's blog post here for a great load of resources on these topics...
Wednesday, 30 January 2013
Friday, 18 January 2013
When you need to preserve tab characters and line breaks within HTML elements other than multiline input fields, you can use the <pre> tag or the style attribute of white-space: pre.
Just noticed that there is a slight difference in using a <pre> tag and a div with the white-space: pre style attribute applied to it. As the default user agent setting for the font-family style attribute for a <pre> tag is mono
Found more of a description on this site... http://www.quirksmode.org/css/whitespace.html#t01
Use Plunkr to test it out if you like....
<pre>Test this wer awereaw
<div id='content' style="white-space:pre">Content!
Thursday, 17 January 2013
A colleague of mine pointed out this white paper article that Microsoft have kindly put together, which appears to be a full overview on how to construct a web site in this day an age.
"Guidance for building cross-browser web applications with a focus on client-side interactivity. These applications take advantage of the latest web standards like HTML5, CSS3 and ECMAScript 5 along with modern web technologies such as jQuery, Internet Explorer 9, and ASP.NET MVC3"
You can also download it all in pdf format from the following link