HTML5 and CSS3

Ishank Gupta
HTML5

HTML5 is a revision of the standard HTML technology. It contains new elements and support for various types of multimedia content while keeping it simple. It provides features that are required in common. It contains enhanced processing models and specialized programming interfaces for enabling access to complex applications. The new additions make it an option for cross platform mobile applications. The Document Object Model is a part of the specification.


The new elements in HTML5 are -
<aside>, <bdi>, <details>, <dialog>, <figcaption>, <figure>, <footer>, <header>, <main>, <mark>, <menuitem>, <meter>, <nav>, <progress>, <section>, <summary>, <time>, <rp> (defines what to show in browsers that do not support ruby annotations), <rt>(defines an explanation/pronunciation of characters (for East Asian typography), <ruby>(defines a ruby annotation (for East...
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