HTML5 is a language to structure and present content on the World Wide Web, Internet core technologies. This is the fifth revision of the standard HTML (founded in 1990 and HTML4 standard since 1997 and in September 2011 is under development. Its main objectives were to improve the language with the latest multimedia support while keeping it easy to read people, and always knew computers and devices. HTML5 is intended to bring not only HTML4, but XHTML1 and DOM2HTML (including JavaScript), as well.

 After its immediate predecessors HTML 4.01 and XHTML 1.1, HTML5 is a reply to a comment that HTML and XHTML in general use the World Wide Web is a mixture of features introduced in various specifications, along with those introduced software products, such as Web browsers, those that are established common practice, and many syntax errors in the existing Web documents. It will also attempt to identify a single markup language, which can be written in either HTML or XHTML syntax. It includes detailed processing models to encourage more consistent implementation, it expands, improves and streamlines the markup documents, and introduces a markup, and application programming interfaces (API), and for complex Web application.

New Html5 Features

1. The technology of the canvas: It was invented by a famous brand of Apple, with a browser based on 2-D drawing function. In order to draw graphics on Web pages, JavaScript was used. Here are some of the methods of preparation of the circles, paths, boxes, symbols and images that were used in the canvas element.

2.Site Videos: These days, most of the video shows the plug-ins like Flash. HTML5 video element includes a standard quality video.

3. Web Audio: basically, all the audio played through plug-ins, as long as the flash, HTML5 audio element indicates the standard for playing audio files.

4.Web Storage: There are two ways this session storage and storage buildings used to store data without any influence the performance of your Web site.


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<!DOCTYPE>  the document type
<a>  a hyperlink
<abbr>  an abbreviation
<address>  an address element
<area> an area inside an image map
<article> an article     NEW TAG
<aside> content aside from the page content     NEW TAG
<audio> sound content     NEW TAG
<b> bold text
<base> a base URL for all the links in a page
<bdo> the direction of text display
<blockquote> a long quotation
<body> the body element
<canvas>      Define graphics     NEW TAG
<caption> a table caption
<cite> a citation
<code> computer code text
<col> attributes for table columns
<colgroup> groups of table columns
<command> a command     NEW TAG
<datalist> an "autocomplete" dropdown list     NEW TAG
<dd> a definition description
<del> deleted text
<details> details of an element     NEW TAG
<dfn>      Defines a definition term
<div> a section in a document
<dl> a definition list
<dt> a definition term
<em> emphasized text
<embed> external application or interactive content     NEW TAG
<eventsource> a target for events sent by a server     NEW TAG
<fieldset> a fieldset
<figcaption> caption for the figure element.     NEW TAG
<figure> a group of media content, and their caption     NEW TAG
<footer> a footer for a section or page     NEW TAG
<form> a form
<br>      Inserts a single line break
<button> a push button
<h1> a heading level 1
<h2> a heading level 2
<h3> a heading level 3
<h4> a heading level 4
<h5> a heading level 5
<h6> a heading level 6
<head> information about the document
<header> a group of introductory or navigational aids, including hgroup elements     NEW TAG
<hgroup> a header for a section or page     NEW TAG
<hr> a horizontal rule
<html> an html document
<i> italic text
<iframe> an inline sub window (frame)
<img> an image
<input> an input field
<ins> inserted text
<kbd> keyboard text
<keygen>      Generates a key pair     NEW TAG
<label> a label for a form control
<legend> a title in a fieldset
<li> a list item
<link> a resource reference
<mark> marked text     NEW TAG
<map> an image map
<menu> a menu list
<meta> meta information
<meter> measurement within a predefined range     NEW TAG
<nav> navigation links     NEW TAG
<noscript> a noscript section
<object> an embedded object
<ol> an ordered list
<optgroup> an option group
<option> an option in a drop-down list
<output> some types of output     NEW TAG
<p> a paragraph
<param> a parameter for an object
<pre> preformatted text
<progress> progress of a task of any kind     NEW TAG
<q> a short quotation
<ruby> a ruby annotation (used in East Asian typography)     NEW TAG
<rp>      Used for the benefit of browsers that don't support ruby annotations     NEW TAG
<rt> the ruby text component of a ruby annotation.     NEW TAG
<samp> sample computer code
<script> a script
<section> a section     NEW TAG
<select> a selectable list
<small> small text
<source> media resources     NEW TAG
<span> a section in a document
<strong> strong text
<style> a style definition
<sub> subscripted text
<summary> a summary/caption for the <details>  element     NEW TAG
<sup> superscripted text
<table> a table
<tbody> a table body
<td> a table cell
<textarea> a text area
<tfoot> a table footer
<th> a table header
<thead> a table header
<time> a date/time     NEW TAG
<title> the document title
<tr> a table row
<ul> an unordered list
<var> a variable
<video> a video     NEW TAG
<wbr> a line break opportunity for very long words and strings of text with no spaces.

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