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    RE: HTML5 Worth for a beginner?


    Originally Posted by phpdevelopment
    Yes, You Can use it because HTML5 is easy to use for beginners.
    there is some changes between tags which is closed by / signs.
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    With HTML5 you can stream audio and video without no need of third party plug-in such as flash.

    You can create player controls that are fully programmable with JavaScript.

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    • piperpam27 agrees : And many other awesome things!
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    After Developing Website in HTML 5, It will be very fast and easy to use. HTML 5 is extensible version of HTML and There are some new features as well as short cuts.
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    HTML5 Worth for a beginner?


    It's not like there's this tremendous difference between HTML 4 and HTML 5, or CSS2 and CSS3. These are evolutionary steps and if you start with the older versions, it's not a giant leap to the next generation. But, as I said, in the current environment, it does make sense to be aware of the differences in HTML5 so you'll create webpages that can be more easily transitioned later, and to learn CSS3 (which works in both versions of HTML as long as the browser supports the feature involved) so you can take advantage of the widest range of design options.
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    Very helpful post.


    Thanks for this topic, it was helpful.
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    I would suggest you first learn normal html, if you can dream the code and know common issues and how to solve them then try to input html5 code, like some are allready saying, html5 is still developing, so compatibility is a problem for some browsers, so just go take the effort the basics and then try use html5
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