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Help HTML5 will be finished by 2014:W3C
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Bangalore: World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has announced that HTML5 version will be finished by 2014. HTML5 is the latest revision of the Hyper Text Markup Language, (HTML) standard. It offers easy way to add semantic markup and application-like features such as video without proprietary plug-ins, drag-and-drop, offline data storage, and more.

The versions of browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Opera have different degrees of HTML support and also they have many innovative features which can be very useful, but these features may not support the final HTML5 version.

As the working group finalizes, HTML5 will start accepting new features but there would not be adding of any new features after the last call that is May 22 of this year. They are also expecting that by 2014, the new versions of browsers, automobiles, television, tabloid, mobile operating systems could also support the new HTML5 version.

The W3C has extended the character of HTML working group that comprises of more than 400 members from browser vendors, software developers and other organizations reliant on the Web standard.

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