|#671538 Author: Ajatshatru Upadhyay Member Level: Gold Member Rank: 12 Date: 20/May/2012 Rating: Points: 2|
The difference between HTML and HTML5 is same as the difference between ASP.NET 1.1 and ASP.NET 4.0.
Well, concisely speaking, it's just an updated version of HTML, bundled with some new tags. The most important and perhaps most welcomed enhancement in HTML5 is better support for media (video and audio tags). It's the 5th major revision of HTML, so the name HTML5.
For more information about the difference between HTML (HTML4 actually) and HTML5, you can see the "W3C WORKING DRAFT" here:
For the list of new elements added with HTML5, refer to w3school:
Hope it'll help you.
|#671595 Author: Prasad kulkarni Member Level: Gold Member Rank: 5 Date: 20/May/2012 Rating: Points: 4|
Basically HTML5 is next version of HTML, HTML% is the combination of older HTML elements and better support for media such as, an audio and video tag.
HTML5 contains some new element, her
1. The Figure Element : used to show image in form
here is small example
<img src="Path" alt="Test image" />
<p>image text. </p>
2. Email as new input control
which will allow you to enter email id and validate it according to email standards.
<input id="eID1" name="email" type="email" />
It's a attribute of email tag which will show us blur text in textbox. That will help user to understand the input in email textbox
<input name="email" type="email" placeholder="email@example.com" />
you can get more information on following link
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|#674517 Author: Ajesh Madhukar Dalvi Member Level: Silver Member Rank: 0 Date: 08/Jun/2012 Rating: Points: 2|
HTML 5 is an updated version of HTML. It's much similar to HTML. But difference is HTML 5 contains much better support for media such as, an audio and video tag.
|#676970 Author: sapan Member Level: Bronze Member Rank: 0 Date: 22/Jun/2012 Rating: Points: 3|
HTML is a markup language that is used to build static (non interactive and nonanimated) webpages.
XHTML is an xml markup language that mirrors HTML syntaxes.
HTML5 is the latest revision of HTML containing much better support for media likevideo and audio tags.