Getting to Know HTML5 and CSS3

HTML5, overtime, has come to refer to a basket of technologies that span across newer specifications of HTML and CSS3 as well as new browser technologies made possible by Javascript. In this post, which will be the first in a series of posts on HTML5, we will look at the current state of HTML5 and understand what it really is and how it is useful to developers. How can I use HTML5? You may well ask: “How can I start using HTML5 if older browsers don’t support it?” But the question itself is misleading. HTML5 is not one big thing;

How to Leverage HTML5 for your Business

HTML5 is the newest hyper text markup language for websites from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The first draft was made public in 2008, but not much happened until 2011. In 2011, HTML5 was released and people started writing about it and using it, but the support in different browsers was still poor. Today all major browsers (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, IE) offer HTML5 support, therefore the newest HTML technology can be used at its best today. HTML5 works with CSS3 and is still in development. W3C plans to release a stable version next year, but it still looks