Free HTML5 Templates

HTML5 may not be used widely yet, but sooner or later it will become a standard. There aren’t a lot of options yet, but you can get free HTML5 templates at Free HTML5 Templates. Try their AuNatural template , the DownToBiz, or their DarkDragon template.

Some of the templates include CSS3 code as well, and depending on the browser the CSS may not always validate. The goal of site is “to use the newest, most modern template code available”. And as the HTML 5 standard evolves, the site’s creator promises to evolve with it.

All templates are available under the Creative Commons Attribution (by) 3.0, which means you can distribute, remix, tweak, and build upon their work, even commercially, as long as you give credit for the original creation.

Small Business Accounting Software

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If you’re a professional, run a small business or you’re simply looking for free accounting software, you might want to give GnuCash a try.

GnuCash is personal and small-business financial-accounting software, freely licensed under the GNU GPL and available for GNU/Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows. Download GnuCash here.

The interface is simple, but the software offers everything you’d expect from financial accounting software, like the ability to track bank accounts, stocks, income and expenses. The site itself has in-depth tutorials and also glossaries for software and financial terms.

Features include:

* QIF/OFX/HBCI Import, Transaction Matching
* Reports, Graphs
* Scheduled Transactions
* Financial Calculations

* Double-Entry Accounting
* Stock/Bond/Mutual Fund Accounts
* Small-Business Accounting
* Customers, Vendors, Jobs,
Invoices, A/P, A/R

HTML5 Visual Cheat Sheet

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If you want to learn HTML5, or are already using it, having a cheat sheet like the one on will be very useful. It’s designed as a grid with HTML tags and their related attributes supported by HTML 5. You can print it or download through Scribd.

HTML5 Visual Cheat Sheet (Reloaded)

Free Office Software

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If it’s time to once again upgrade your latest word processor, spreadsheet or other office software, and you’re reluctant to spend hefty fees to do so, you may want to consider OpenOffice, the free and open office productivity suite. If you’re already using another office software package, OpenOffice will most likely be able to read these files. OpenOffice can be downloaded and used entirely free of any licence fees. It is released under the LGPL licence which means you may use it for any purpose – domestic, commercial, educational, public administration and install it on as many computers as you like.

HTML5 Reference

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For a comprehensive explanation and reference of HTML5, visit W3’s site. The page is very detailed and in depth, but it also has a getting started section that will help you create a sample document.