Emily is the owner of and lead developer for Bright Umbrella, a small web design and development studio. A standardista at heart, she is an expert in front-end development and specializes in semantics and structured data. As part of her ongoing quest to spread the good word about standards, she is the author of Microformats Made Simple and a contributing author for HTML5 Cookbook.
In addition to loving all things web, Emily is passionate about community building and knowledge sharing. She is a co-host of the internationally-acclaimed CTRL+CLICK CAST, and she speaks at conferences and events all over the country.
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idselectors, Emily explores how and when we can use attribute, child and sibling selectors in the real world through a reader-submitted portfolio, klvn.org.
Interested in HTML5, but not sure where to go after changing the
DOCTYPE? Emily details how a reader-submitted site, Pelizzoli World, can start using HTML5 today to add structure and semantics.
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