Thanks for those links. I've just been reading that most commercial online flipbook providers also produce an html5 version at the same time or as an alternative option to the flash version. No idea what this html5 version is and how it works. The pond is too big to swim in. I seem to be constantly rumaging around to solve daily issues rather than getting anything much positive produced. I'm not sure how I class myself anymore........a problem solver I guess. Hardly a day goes by without running up against something that I've had no previous experience of or in
Both examples use HTML5. Of the two I would prefer to use Turn.js.
To view a demonstration click on one of the books. In the new page that opens, have a look at the simplicity of the markup.
As with most widgets, there are three parts involved
1. The markup (HTML5)
2. Stylesheet (CSS)
What about IE8 that only partly supports html5?
Ok I see it has a js file which makes it compatible with IE8.
Works in old browsers such as IE 8 with turn.html4.js
Certainly does look very clean.