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Features of HTML5 and CSS3

January 28 2014 Admin Technology

HTML5 and CSS3 have swept the web by storm in only 2 years. Before them there have been many altered semantics in the way web designers are expected to create web pages, and with their arrival come a slew of awesome supports such as alternative media, XML-style tags, and progressive input attributes for web designers to achieve dreamy features like animation.

Though most developers seem to showcase potential yet complicated demos, HTML5/CSS3 are not really rocket science, and I’ll be walking you through the relaxing process to build a standard HTML5/CSS3 web page with comprehensive yet in-depth explanation and tada! Bonuses like learning resources and free HTML5 templates are available for you, so take this chance to kick-start your HTML5 journey!

Changes Between HTML4 And HTML5

You may be wondering why it’s even important to switch into HTML5. There are a myriad of reasons, but mostly because you’ll be working with the global Internet standards like every other designer. In this way you’ll find more support online and your websites will render properly in modern browsers which are constantly improved.

Comparison between HTML4 and HTML5 is difficult to spot at surface level. From viewing the new HTML5 draft you can see featured elements and corrected error handling procedures. Browser developers have specifically enjoyed the new specifications for rendering default web pages.

What’s more from HTML5 is the conversion of our modern web browser. With these new specifications the web as a whole is now viewed as an application platform for HTML (especially HTML5), CSS, and JavaScript to be built upon. Also, this system elegantly creates harmony between web designers and developers by setting common standards which all browsers should follow.

Additionally many elements have been created to represent new-age digital media. These include <video> and <audio> which are huge for multimedia support. In some browsers you may complete form validation directly in HTML. Granted there is still a heavy need for jQuery, since there are many software developers who have yet to recognize the features. If you’d like a list of tags check this W3Schools table to learn more about them.

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