The HTML5 standard was finalized and released in 2014, and it is what HTML should have been when the first version was launched all those years ago. HTML 2.0 was the first true ‘standard’, published all the way back in 1995. Two years later, HTML 3 was published. Another two years later, HTML 4.01 was introduced and it has been the work horse of the internet since then.

The first ‘working draft’ of HTML5 was introduced way back in 2008, with surprisingly broad browser support back then. The HTML5 that we know today is widely different from the HTML of the past, and here we are going to discuss just what the latest standard changed with its release. Since HTML5 was launched, it has been widely accepted and all its features and capabilities are now supported by all major browsers. There are still a few hiccups here and there, but overall HTML5 has assimilated well with the modern online experience.

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