Nick goes over the basics of web form design and Jim shows you step by step how to create a custom jQuery selector.
Nick goes over the basics of color theory and Jim explains the differences between bind, live, and delegate, in jQuery.
Nick explores an intersection between information architecture and semantic markup called "Information Hierarchy" and Jim demonstrates feature detection with Modernizr.
Jim shows you how to call 3rd party web services using JSONP and Nick goes over some basic CSS selectors. Next week, Nick will cover the selectors that are new in CSS3.
Nick deconstructs CSS multi-column layouts and Jim shows you step-by-step how to create your very own jQuery plugin.
Jim and Nick are back in the studio, exploring new border properties in CSS3 and breaking down a few of the two dozen new HTML5 tags, starting with sections, article, asides, headers, and footers.
On this special episode of Doctype, Nick and Jim go behind the scenes of FOWA Miami 2010 and talk to some of the best in the biz, like Gary Vaynerchuk, Alex Hunter, Steve Huffman, John Resig, Alex Payne, and more.