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    Thumbs up HTML5, looking forward to using it!

    HTML5 it's quite very new, some recent browsers don't even support it but most new versions do. Personally I think it has improved very well, with some unique features we didn't have before. I've been reading articles about html5 and I'm looking forward to coding in HTML5 soon when it becomes more popular.

    If you have not even heard or read about it, here's a few articles:


    What do you think about HTML5?

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    You will not be able to implement it effectively until it is supported by the majority of browsers. This moves along faster these days due to automatic updates, but it the past it took years before new browser features could be used effectively. Let's hope that both IE and FireFox follow the standards with these changes.

    It looks like there are some good changes in HTML5.
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    It's great that we won't have to use <div="something"> anymore, and that we can simply use <something> as a tag

    Looking forward to use it!
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    CSS3 and HTNL5 is out for a while now, n' i have started using 'em as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oranges View Post
    CSS3 and HTNL5 is out for a while now, n' i have started using 'em as well.
    'r we gna talk rappa style now or wha

    But it's true that they've been here for a while, the problem is that not all browsers support it yet, so we'll have to stick to the old HTML4 for a while
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    It would not be a good idea to use it for online projects, only for testing and learning purposes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquarezz View Post
    'r we gna talk rappa style now or wha

    But it's true that they've been here for a while, the problem is that not all browsers support it yet, so we'll have to stick to the old HTML4 for a while
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    hey guys...

    html5 is pretty cool!! And range of attributes like loop, audio, control, width, height, preload, poster, src and many more is added into it. This newest version of html also support almost all browsers. I have been added many articles in same context and wish to share oneof them as "www.thehtml5tutorials.com".

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    I am using HTML5 on my website already. After experience, I found out that adding IDs and classes are still necessary, since the <header> or <footer> tags for example can be used in different contexts (example: for main page structure, or a specific section/article)

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