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The consequence of the lengthy standards process is that the W3C has always been following the curve, trying to standardize what has already become accepted practice. The HTML specification has been a reflection of leading-edge thinking about web content from several years ago. This has reduced the importance of the HTML standard because the real innovation was happening away from the W3C, partly in the browsers and partly in plugins. Introducing HTML5 HTML5 isn9t just the latest version of the HTML specification.
Org). There is a lot of useful information available about the different HTML features, including some good HTML5 content. Summary In this chapter, I provided some context in which to explain HTML5, setting out the key turning points in the history of HTML and explaining how HTML5 attempts to address them. In the next chapter, I9ll tell you how to prepare for working through the many examples in this book. After that, we will start our exploration of HTML5, beginning with the HTML elements themselves.
This is something that humans do very easily and that automated agents find very hard to do. The automated processing of content has become important in the years since HTML was first introduced, and there has been a gradual effort to separate the significance of HTML elements from the way that content is presented in the browser. The Trend: The HTML Standard Lags Behind HTML Use The process for creating a standard is always a long one, especially for something as widely used as HTML. There are a lot of stakeholders, and each wants to influence new versions of the standard to their commercial benefit or particular point of view.