In a previous article I discovered fake images please which allowed you to put image placeholders on your webpage by using an image placeholder API. I had a number of comments about this post from other people sending links to other image placeholder APIs.
Here is a list of some more APIs.
A quick and simple service for getting pictures of kittens for use as placeholders in your designs or code. Just put your image size (width & height) after our URL and you'll get a placeholder.
To display this image just use the following URL http://placekitten.com/200/300.
<img src="http://placekitten.com/200/300" alt="Place Kitten" />
<img src="http://placekitten.com/g/200/300" alt="Place Kitten" />
If your more of a dog person then you can use the API placedog, it works the same way just pass in the parameters to the image and it will display an image of dogs for your application.
<img src="http://placedog.com/200/300" alt="Place Dog" />
In this article you will learn how to use some of the new HTML5 features in a real world situation. We will learn how to create a form using many of the HTML5 form effects.
HTML5 Form Demo
In a previous article you learnt what is HTML5 all about. But this article missed out a lot of new features which come with HTML5 including audio and video embedding using HTML5. But one of the features which I am most excited about is the new HTML5 form features.
In my previous article on What is HTML5? I pointed out some of the new features which are coming with HTML5.