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How well do you know about your skills in HTML5? Are you ready to Quiz yourself on the latest HTML changes? You had better be up to speed with the latest web trends. Take up the HTML5 challenge now and see just how fare you rate.
HTML is the basic computer tagging language that is needed to create a website. There are numerous tags that can be used to help web designer’s create visual appeal and features. The listed links provide free HTML codes that can be easily applied to a web page.
Until recently there was no standard for displaying video on a web page, and websites relied on different plug-ins such as Flash to display videos. HTML5 video standards have however changed that by incorporating the element.
Microsoft Silverlight has been gaining momentum for a while and so has HTML5 especially more recently. This makes for a compelling case to pit Silverlight vs HTML5 in this test for supremacy.
In case you are wondering how difficult it is to learn HTML5, I would like to stretch that a little further and ask. How difficult is it to learn anything? There is no one size fits all answer to such as question and therefore it is going to take more than a few words to explain.
HTML5 is the future of the web and it is quite sensible that you might want to convert your existing Flash files to HTML5. But is the technology ready yet? Are the converters good enough? Let’s find out with Google’s Swiffy and Adobe’s Wallaby.
Getting to grips with a new standard can be tricky, but the W3C has done fantastic work in delivering new HTML elements that seem logical and very useful - such as the new section element.
HTML5 may eventually set the web standard for multimedia content, so should Flash developers worry about their skills becoming obsolete?
There are various reasons why you might want a feedback form on your website, but they can be difficult for a HTML beginner to code. Feel free to use the forms provided here!
There are many reasons why you might like to compose a letter in HTML - but how do you actually do it?