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HTML5

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Once you understand Html 5, you can make your own first web page…

Basic for HTML5:

1- THE DOCTYPE.

When I first started researching HTML5 a few months ago, one of the main things I struggled to find was the doctype.

<!DOCTYPE html>

I was also curious why they chose to “html” rather than “html5”, it seemed like the logical way to tell a browser that the current document was written in HTML5, and offered a good template for the future. But I found that <!DOCTYPE html5> triggers in IE6, and when taking backwards compatibility into consideration <!DOCTYPE html> is a pretty good choice (in my opinion).Doctype is not case sensitive.i.e,

<!Doctype html> <!doctype html> <!DOCTYPE html>

Overall, I really like the new DOCTYPE; it’s small, meaningful, and maybe we’ll actually be able to remember this one by heart and not have to paste it from site to site.

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At first glance, with HTML5, the new elements immediately jump out and command attention. The W3C really listened to the community and planned for the future when architecture the abundance of new elements available. We have everything from basic structural elements like <header> and <footer> to others like <canvas> and <audio> that tap into, what seems to be, a very powerful API which allows us the freedom to create more user-friendly applications while further distancing ourselves from reliance on Flash for saving data and intense animation.