HTML5 To Be Standardized In 2014?


According to the latest highlights list of the World Wide Web Consortium , the largest web standardization body in the world, an experimental dual license is used to make it easier for people to contribute to the completion of the HTML5 standard, which is intended to become a W3C Recommendation (de facto standard) next year. Some normative references, such as WebIDL, are being evaluated to determine whether they will remain in the finalized specification of the HTML5 standard.



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About admin : Leslie F. Sikos, Ph.D. is a Web standardista specializing in website standardization, Responsive Web Design, Semantic Web technologies, Web accessibility, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), and multimedia. He is a publishing expert with numerous academic papers and 13 textbooks, including Web Standards, an Amazon.com bestseller. Dr. Sikos is a member of several standardization bodies, and actively contributes to the development of open standards.

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