Use of HTML5

HTML5 is a advanced web markup language that allows developers to build rich web-based apps that can run on any device via a regular web browser. Imagine the power of HTML4 that currently powers most of the web combined with interactive rich-media multimedia capabilities of Adobe Flash and you have HTML5.HTML5 is an evolving standard that is managed by an open committee-based consortium, the World Wide Web Consortium (WSC), which is the main global standards organization for the web. This means that progress is slow. New HTML5 standards and functionality must be agreed upon and then incorporated into web browsers, something that is difficult today when many users still use Internet Explorer 6 and 7 that offers no HTML5 support.


  • New features should be based on HTML, CSS, DOM, and JavaScript.
  • No need for external plug-in (like Flash).
  • Easy Error handling should be easier than in previous versions.
  • Scripting has to be replaced by more markups.
  • HTML5 should be device-independent.
  • The development process should be visible to the public.

What’s new in HTML5?

  • <article> – this tag defines an article, a user comment or a post, so an independent item of content
  • <aside> – the aside tag marks content aside from the page content, which for example could be a lateral sidebar
  • <header>, <footer> – you won’t need to manually name IDs for headers and footers, as now you have a pre-defined tag for them
  • <nav> – the navigation can now be placed in the markup in between the nav tags, which will automatically make your lists act like navigation
  • <section> – this is another important new syntax, as it can define any kind of sections in your document. It works pretty much like a div which separates different sections.
  • <audio>, <video> – these two obviously mark sound or video content, which will now be easier to run by devices.
  • <embed> – this new tag defines a container for interactive content (plugin) or external application
  • <canvas> – the canvas tag is quite exciting, as it allows drawing graphics via scripting (mostly JavaScript, but some others can be employed as well)

 Html5 flow Structure

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