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    HTML5 will be the new standard for HTML. HTML5 Boilerplate is a professional front-end template for building fast, robust, and adaptable web apps or sites.
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    I have been doing a lot of research about web development lately. I have been hearing that many browsers are moving towards HTML5. I don't understand why it would be dying. Instead I think it's growing tremendously!
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    Originally Posted by qmar
    I have been doing a lot of research about web development lately. I have been hearing that many browsers are moving towards HTML5. I don't understand why it would be dying. Instead I think it's growing tremendously!
    Moving toward? Every major browser supports HTML 5.
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    Originally Posted by Nilpo
    Moving toward? Every major browser supports HTML 5.
    Not all browsers support all features that HTML5 has to offer.
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    Originally Posted by qmar
    Not all browsers support all features that HTML5 has to offer.
    I never said they did. It's highly unlikely that browsers will ever support the HTML5 spec in its entirety. But that was the whole idea behind the API approach, I suppose.
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