Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, very much so. XHTML stands for Extensible HyperText Markup Language which is a combination of XML and HTML. If you want your website to be interoperable with modern browsers going forward, it is recommended that your website be coded as XHTML. Interaria recommends coding and validating new websites to the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C.org) XHTML 1.0 Strict standard. One of the goals with XHTML is to separate a Web page’s content from its styling. Interaria develops also websites with XHTML5 as part of HTML5 development.
From the creative point of view CSS3 offers some elegant features such as experimenting with a variety of new HTML fonts, creating CSS based shadow effects and rounded corners, and adjusting the opacity level of objects. CSS3 can translate to increased brand identity presence without compromising fast loading times - important for SEO.
Yes, Interaria develops HTML5 video, audio, header and canvas elements that are designed to make it easy to include and handle multimedia and graphical content on the web without having to resort to proprietary plugins. We can also create HTML5 animations with Adobe Edge. Please visit our HTML5 web development page for more information.
In number of ways. First of all PHP is a dynamic web coding language that allows development of a wealth of web applications integrating well with XHTML codes and MySQL database. Any interactive user interface on your website (such as a customer login system, a registration system, My Account pages, file sharing with clients, a member forum, a quiz or a game) typically requires a web application of which scripts interact with a website’s database retrieving and storing custom data variables. Our specialty is to develop content management system integarted database driven web applications so that our customers can themselves adjust critical data variables within these applications.
Yes, with Adobe Edge animation program we can create HTML5 and CSS3 code based animations that are iOS device compatible. As widely known, iOS devices do not support a Flash player. If you have an existing Flash animation it may be possible to convert the animation to HTML5 with Google’s Swiffy program. This technology is new and it has its limitations with regards to the program’s ability to convert Flash based user interfaces to HTML5.
Google Web Fonts are open source fonts available for anyone’s use without any license. They are a wonderful source to add new font styles to your website and to seek for creative HTML font solutions. Google Web Fonts stream from Google’s server to your website, i.e. this is an API service that requires (free) hosting environment from Google. The command to place a Google Web Font to your website will be coded to your website’s CSS.
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