Html was created in 1990, standardized in 1997, and is currently being updated. Html5 tries to define a single markup language, which can be written in both HTML and xhtml.
Html5 expands, improves and streamlines availability for web documents and introduces markup and Application Program Interface (APIs) for complex web applications.
HTML5 brings many new syntactic features. These include elements such as “video”, “audio”, “header” HTML elements, as well as integration of SVG content that has replaced the use of the generic “object” tag. These new features are designed to facilitate the inclusion and manipulation of multimedia and graphic content on the web without the need for plugin and API properties. Other new elements such as “section“, “article”,” header”, and “nav” are designed to improve the semantic content of documents. New attributes have been introduced for the same purpose, at the same time some elements and attributes have been removed. APIs and Doms (document object model) are certainties and are fundamental parts of HTML5 specifications. HTML5 also defines in a few details the processing required for invalid documents, so that the error syntax will be handled uniformly by all known browsers.
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