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HTML5 and CSS3 – Does your website need new technology?

All that is new is always accepted with caution by users as well as by web developers. New ideas may be evaluated critically, especially if not all browsers are ready to accept the latest versions and standards, but on the other hand the effectiveness and attractiveness of innovations may be singled out. In any case, HTML5 and CSS3 technologies are developing not to have people lost in them, but in order to make the usability as comfortable as possible for developers and ordinary users.

HTML5 is the latest version of Hypertext Markup Language and it is not yet supported by all browsers. Full transition to HTML5 is scheduled for 2014, but a range of functions can already be added to your site.

In general, the idea of HTML5 is to divide the page into several smaller objects interacting with each other as one. It will also support audio and video pages. Once all browsers fully support this functional, this will certainly make the work with content in web pages much easier. The download speed will increase, and mobile application developers will use the general HTML5, without the need to optimize the code for each model.

The same is the case with CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets). This standard is not supported by all browsers either, but it has already become rather popular. CSS3 allows to replace many of the JavaScript markers, but you need to use additional filters functional for IE. In addition, CSS3 allows you to make the page more attractive.

Once HTML5 and CSS3 are implemented, competition among sites will surely increase. But at the same time visiting web resources will become more comfortable and pleasant not only for developers, but first and foremost, for the visitors.

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