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  • HTML 5 programming

    What makes HTML 5 different from past versions of HTML? Do you have to learn a lot of new things when you take on the challenge of HTML 5 programming?

  • #2
    Here are the details
    HTML5 differences from HTML4


    • #3
      If you already know HTML4 then its a piece of cake to pick up…and well worth it.


      • #4
        I would like to add new elements included in HTML5, here are they,

        1. Section - Section here represents general documents.
        2. Article - Article represents piece of information from documentation.
        3. Hgroup - Hgroup represents header section of page or website.
        4. Figure - Figure represents a piece of self-contained flow content.


        • #5
          HTML5 is not only about new tags, it's about upgrading html from markup language to programing language.
          By researching and articulating user needs I create custom applications that improve digital interactions and enhance emotional engagement with a company.


          • #6
            HTML 5 is not much difficult; If you already know previous versions of html then it is easy for you to learn; Try if you want to learn HTML 5,
            Last edited by suwunk; 2014-05-14, 07:35 AM.