HTML5 Structure, Syntax, and Semantics

A great reference of the HTML5 specification online:

Some great references of the HTML5 specification online:

HTML5 – Edition for Web Authors

HTML5 – A vocabulary and associated APIs for HTML and XHTML

HTML5 Outliner –

HTML5 Outliner – h5o (bookmarklet, Chrome extension)

Your Ultimate Guide to the Rel Attribute in HTML5

For more reference, please check out the course name: HTML5: Structure, Syntax, and Semantics from the link of below.

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HTML5: Structure, Syntax, and Semantics gives designers a deeper understanding of HTML5 and shows how to create richer, more meaningful web pages with structural tags and descriptive attributes. Author James Williamson presents an overview of HTML5 and its development, defines the new tags and attributes, and discusses how browsers parse and display HTML5 content. The course also includes step-by-step instructions for constructing an HTML5 document with a header and footer, navigation, content groups, and formatting. Exercise files are included with the course.
Topics include:

Defining basic elements
Exploring the content model
Creating document sections
Using hgroup to override sectioning
Using the proper nesting structure
Choosing the right structural element
Using class and ID attributes
Building navigation
Grouping content with asides
Using divs in HTML5
Creating block level links
Defining link relationships
Understanding current browser support
Adding support for elements in older browsers

Following is a list of known implementations of HTML5 and related features in web browsers.
Implementations in Web browsers

Comparison of layout engines (HTML5)

browser support revealed

Windows Internet Explorer Testing Center

When can I use…
Compatibility tables for support of HTML5, CSS3, SVG and more in desktop and mobile browsers.
How well does your browser support HTML5?

HTML5 accessibility

Modernizr is a small JavaScript library that detects the availability of native implementations for next-generation web technologies, i.e. features that stem from the HTML5 and CSS3 specifications. Many of these features are already implemented in at least one major browser (most of them in two or more), and what Modernizr does is, very simply, tell you whether the current browser has this feature natively implemented or not.

Dreamweaver tutorials

Tutorials and Articles

Internet Explorer Learning – HTML5


html5 doctor

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