The new Web site design standards (WWDC) are well under way, and today we’re excited to announce that the HTML5 specification, the first time HTML has been used to define a modern web design standard, has officially been published.
The HTML5 standard is an update to the HTML 4 specification and is aimed at making web design more responsive, and we’re glad to see it be adopted.
The first HTML5 version, published in November, was written by the standards committee.
The updated HTML5 is being considered by the browser vendors, and is expected to be ready for release by the end of March, as part of the HTML 5 specification.HTML5’s purpose is to define standards for a set of specifications that can be used to provide interoperability across web browsers and other platforms.
For example, the HTML standards specify a set that the WebKit team uses for its browser, but other browsers and platforms may be able to use the same standards for their own use.
In fact, some of the specifications can be adapted to use existing technologies, such as the CSS3 specification, which supports all of the latest web design technologies, like responsive images.
In order to do this, the standards require that browsers implement a set.
In addition to the standards that were originally designed to be interoperable, there are also a number of additional standards that are used for the specification, such an HTML5 “extensions” that can extend the browser’s functionality, and other such things.
HTML5 defines the HTML elements, including a set called “content” that is used for displaying content.
This document describes the content elements of the new HTML5, as well as some of its key concepts.
The new HTML standard is designed to facilitate the development of new standards for interoperability.
The following are the key elements of HTML5:A element, with a canvas tag that specifies a canvas for a given width and height.
An element that represents a small image.
An HTML5 element that defines the canvas, such a element.
The canvas can contain other elements such as a border or text.