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Is it difficult to put html5 and css3 elements on my website (www.eduardlid.web44.net)?
I don't think you would have much need for HTML5 features but you could find something in the CSS3 tutorial that you might like. Also you might want to learn jQuery. http://www.w3schools.com/css3/default.asphttp://www.w3schools.com/jquery/default.asp
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I don't think you would have much need for HTML5 features but you could find something in the CSS3 tutorial that you might like. Also you might want to learn jQuery. http://www.w3schools...ss3/default.asphttp://www.w3schools...ery/default.asp
So, what's my next step: JavaScript or jQuery?
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However, I ' ve to show (for possible employers) that I do know HTML5 and CSS3! What do I have to replace in my current website (www.eduardlid.web44.net)?

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So, what's my next step: JavaScript or jQuery?
both, since jquery is javascript, but is just a library of helpful features, functions, etc.
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However, I ' ve to show (for possible employers) that I do know HTML5 and CSS3! What do I have to replace in my current website (www.eduardlid.web44.net)?
Well, first of all, your current website is very simple. You don't even really use ordinary CSS features as much as you should. You don't even use a background image or a banner or a proper CSS menu. Try improving that before diving into new material. I see now that you do have an animated gif, but the animation is barely noticeable. And what is the topic of your webpage? Web design?
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Well, first of all, your current website is very simple. You don't even really use ordinary CSS features as much as you should. You don't even use a background image or a banner or a proper CSS menu. Try improving that before diving into new material. I see now that you do have an animated gif, but the animation is barely noticeable. And what is the topic of your webpage? Web design?
Ok, thanks!
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I do see some strange stuff when I download your page. Are you on a server that requires ads? Maybe I just don't see the ads because of my ad-blockers. You also have a folder with a mysterious small "pixelxxxxx.gif" and some compressed javascript.

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