Somewhere was mentioned that Firefox 8 will support the context menus, which were written in HTML5 language. If we update Firefox to version 8 beta, so we can see how these menus will look like. We can get some additional information from an article "Firefox 8 for developers" and follow its hyperlinks get to the corresponding demo page

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It is not difficult to see the context menu of the site that is located just above the usual context menu browser and separated by a horizontal separator from it. Context menu of the site may contain individual items and entire submenus; as well it can be decorated with colored icons.
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BumBum 30 november 2011, 20:04

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After a year of development the final gold version of jQuery Mobile 1.0 based on jQuery 1.6.4 has been released (support for jQuery 1.7 will come with a version of jQuery Mobile 1.1). The framework is designed to develop sites with the touch interface using usual HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Tools like PhoneGap allow easily transforming the site HTML5 into a mobile application and distributing it through the app stores.
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Skull 20 november 2011, 11:19

Every day new standards of CSS3 and HTML5 enter more deeply into the life of web designers and web developers, and the browsers are becoming more compatible with these standards.

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In connection with this event we would like to present you a selection of 10 buttons of CSS3 that will make your life easier during the layout and creation of the web applications.
Tags: button, CSS3, html5
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Siera 15 september 2011, 12:02