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One of my new favorite features of HTML5 is the wicked awesome storage options. One of the first cool things I thought was to come up with a way to protect a user’s form information. Let’s pretend you been filling out that credit application or Kitty Wig order form and a bald eagle drops a

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I’ve really been interested recently in figuring out how to use HTML5 to create graphs and visualized data. I haven’t quite figured it out, but in the course of things, I stumbled upon the meter element and the range input. So whether we want to show whether we’ve reached the necessary signatures on our petition