While HTML5 is still being worked on by a standard committee, several of its features have been already adopted by Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft’s IE9. There is a core of HTML5 features that all the major browsers support. This lets ‘draft GTML5′ websites to be deployed to the masses that use the Web. There are some HTML5 features that you can use for your website now.
You can use HTML5’s doctype in your site. you can also make the videos in your site format independent. Since videos can have multiple source tags, it will be advantageous for your site. HTML5 also includes several semantically meaningful tags. Some of these tags are article, section, header, footer, and nav.
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