It's been twelve years since the last official version of HTML, HTML 4.0, became the official standard for Web document markup. Since then we have seen incredible changes in not only how we build Web sites, but also how the world uses the Web. The folks affiliated with the W3C have been hard at work for some time updating the markup standard, with the release of HTML5 estimated to reach the W3C Candidate Recommendation stage in 2012. Yet despite not being officially complete, you can start exploring the new features of HTML5 right now!
In many ways, HTML5 is an attempt to bring order to many of the features and behaviors that have become the norm in recent years.
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