Html 5. The New Language Of The Web
Not a day passes when some newspaper or blog writes about the arrival of HTML 5 as the new core language of the World Wide Web. HTML 5 is an open standard. By using the new language and the architecture it provides, designers and geeks will be able to create new levels of connections between different kinds of content that resides on the web and unlock the power of multimedia. Some people are even predicting the end of Flash and Silverlight. To experience HTML 5 users will need a new browser. If you are using the latest versions of Opera, Firefox or Safari browsers you should be fine. For the casual web user though, HTML 5 will mean little. If you have Internet Explorer 6 or older on your machine, and have the home page set to MSN, you needn’t bother.