WHATWG issued HTML5 Standard draft

Source: Internet
Author: User
According to the latest news, the world Wide Web Consortium is considering activating HTML standards that have been dormant for years.

A development group named WHATWG (Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group), established in 2004, is looking at addressing these issues by issuing HTML5 standard Drafts, The plan replaces the existing HTML4 and XHTML standards.

The news said the work was supported by Apple, Opera and Mozilla.

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HTML was last updated in 1999, and XHTML was updated in 2002, and in the years that followed, despite the discovery of many problems, it was not modified.

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