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HTML5 Page Structures

  • Marco Casario
  • Peter Elst
  • Charles Brown
  • Nathalie Wormser
  • Cyril Hanquez

Abstract

In 2004, a group of developers from Apple, Opera, and Mozilla were unhappy with the direction that HTML and XHTML were heading. In response, they formed a group called the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG). They published their first proposals in 2005 under the name Web Applications 1.0. In 2006, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) decided to support WHATWG officially rather than to continue developing XHTML. In 2007, the new specification was republished by the W3C under the name HTML5.

Keywords

HTML5 Document Structural Division Cascade Style Sheets HTML5 Element Popular Browser 
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© Marco Casario, Peter Elst, Charles Brown, Nathalie Wormser, and Cyril Hanquez 2011

Authors and Affiliations

  • Marco Casario
  • Peter Elst
  • Charles Brown
  • Nathalie Wormser
  • Cyril Hanquez

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