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HTML5 is available in W3C’s Cheatsheet!

July 20, 2010

This is another reason why you can use HTML5 today!

Dominique Hazaël-Massieux (W3C) has managed to integrate the various new elements and attributes of the HTML5 specification in the  latest release of the cheatsheet.  As a reminder, the cheatsheet is a mobile-friendly Web application that provides a compilation of useful knowledge extracted from W3C specifications (both available in the Web version and in the Android application.)

All the data are extracted from HTML: The Markup Language Reference, the specification maintained by Mike Smith that describes the markup aspects of HTML5.

Please contribute to the work! Feedback, comments and suggestions are very much appreciated!

Screenshot of video element in autocomplete listScreenshot of details on video element

One comment

  1. VERY INFORMATIVE I LIKE BEING ABLE TO BE INVOLVED. OPERA IS HELPING TO ADVANCE AND UPGRADE QUIKLY DUE TO THE COMBINDED EFORTS AND DIVERSIT OF THEIR PEOPLE . ALL THE LITTLE PEOPLE IN IT FOR OVERALL GOOD



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