Sunday, May 29, 2011

HTML5: the standard is very close

The new HTML5 is almost ready to become a standard, so it seems to understand the last statement issued by the World Wide Web Consortium, where he wrote that the next W3C HTML Working Group scheduled for August 3, invite new voices to determine whether the suited to meet the specifications. Philippe Le H├ęgaret, W3C manager responsible for HTML5, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics eWOFF (Web Open Font Format) commented: "We note interest in HTML5 everywhere, and I am very happy that HTML5 has reached the last call, HTML Working Group is the largest W3C group with more than 50 states and more than 200 invited experts.


Reaching an agreement in this great community would be a great result. "Who wants to follow the debate can visit the following link: These specifications are the phase of "Last Call", but will not be ready before 2014, while HTML: The Markup Language Reference, HTML and HTML5 Differences from HTML4 Implementation Guide to Platform Accessibility APIs, it will take a bit more as they are still in evaluation.

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