In my previous post on HTML5: The Next Generation. I briefly mentioned the major changes that the HTML5 specification has implemented already or is in the process of implementing, since the full specification is not expected to be completed until 2020 or 2022. I also touched on the browser compatibility matrix for HTML5 support.
This post will dive deeper into some of the major element updates that the specification brings to the table, specifically those that can be implemented today. If you are like me, you probably don’t write your entire markup by hand; you have templates set aside that take care of the initial page creation process. Until the tools you use now catch up to the new elements in HTML 5, you will be doing some initial markup by hand while you are learning, so why not start out with making a base template? (Read more…)
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