HTML5’s local storage feature allows the browser to store and retrieve specific data. In this post, we’ll pick up where we left off in the previous post where we built a real-time CSS editor using the HTML5
contenteditable attribute. Now we’re going to learn how to save our edited content to the browser’s local storage, then clear it when we no longer need it.
Watch my short tutorial to see how local storage in HTML5 works.
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Since you mentioned HTML5 Local Storage, please try this chrome extension: HTML5 Storage Manager ( https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/html5-storage-manager-all/giompennnhheakjcnobejbnjgbbkmdnd ) . I bet it will be very helpful for every web developer who is involved with Local Storage.
Love the article! Here is an integration that leverages exactly that feature. It is leveraged by several major publishers and more of our clients are integrating, these features and more, in their third party applications.
If you’d like to see a personalized demo, I would like to set it up. Do you have some time?