To me, HTML5 just means that I’m going to test and ensure compatibility in Chrome, FireFox, and IE9 (10 preferred, though). It’s more about which browser(s) to code for rather than which semantics and APIs are used.
Absolutely true. And it is something that was annoying me in ages.
First its “HTML5″ not “HTML 5″ .
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