-webkit-perspective and a number of updated transforms–adapted to incorporate the Z axis.
Having read John Resig’s “HTML5 Shiv” article and Remy Sharp’s “HTML5 enabling script”, it felt like the right time to begin the full fledged migration from XHTML to a cross browser compatible HTML5 blog. All in all the process of updating the templates was painless, taking about an hour or so to modify the Wordpress Sandbox theme.
“Track everything”, lest vital visitor trends fall through the cracks — that’s my newly endorsed web analytics doctrine. As a precursor to the quantitative ‘what’ and the qualitative ‘why’ we need that cold hard data before analysis can begin; Google Analytics is the popular harvester of choice and out of the box it grabs a lot. Visits, Pageviews, Screen resolution, et al — GA seemingly has all your conventional data needs covered. But one significant trend is lacking — how visitors leave your site, specifically through outbound links on a page.