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<p>Discussion of section element</p> </section> <section id="newFormElements"> <header> <h2>New Form Elements</h2> </header> <h3>input type=date</h3> <p>Discussion here</p> <footer> <p>These ideas are from WebForms specification</p> </footer> </section> </section> <section id="chapter3"> <header> <h2> 3</h2> </header> <p>Massive element reference</p> </section> <footer> <p>Content of this example is not under copyright</p> </footer> </body> </html>
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Figure 2-7 shows the rendering of the example in two common browsers Note that Internet Explorer 8 and earlier has some trouble with the new elements To address Internet Explorer s lack of support, we can introduce a small script that creates the new HTML5 elements using the DOM createElement() method Once IE recognizes them as elements, it renders the markup and style fine, as shown in Figure 2-8
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PART I
FIGURE 2-7
HTML5 works straightaway in many browsers, but not IE
NOTE Because the preceding shim script uses condition comments to make it work in Internet
Explorer, it will not validate well There are ways around this if you want to use browser detection The point of the script is to illustrate the ability to make HTML5 work everywhere You can expect that the code will change over time or other hacks will be introduced
When moving beyond simple HTML5 semantic elements to interactive features, the situation is a bit dicier Certainly JavaScript can be used to simulate many features, but until such features are solidly supported, you should proceed with caution Opponents of HTML5 throw out an estimated final version date of 2012 or even 2022 as a reason to avoid the technology for now Yes, indeed, some timelines suggest that HTML5 won t be completely final until maybe 2022 Of course, plenty aspects of HTML5 are
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FIGURE 2-8
Much of HTML5 can work everywhere!
implemented today, and it is more likely that preliminary versions of the specification will be accepted at the time you read this If you want to avoid using a specification until it is 100 percent complete, you should note that even HTML 4 has some open implementation and testing concerns, so you might want to head back to earlier versions Seriously, what really should matter with a specification like HTML5 is whether you can use many of its features The answer to that question is clearly yes
HTML5 as a Catch-All
HTML is part of a bigger world A modern Web site or application really needs much more than markup and must address style, script, media elements, network concerns, security issues, user capabilities, and much more Because of the environment in which it is found,
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Introducing HTML5
the HTML5 specification seems to touch all manner of topics In this sense, its critics have a point about its everything and the kitchen sink nature However, it is impossible for markup to live in a vacuum, so some overlap and environmental considerations are to be expected Unfortunately, given that it looks like a catch-all specification, many people misunderstand the technology and use the idea of HTML5 simply to refer to anything that is new in a Web browser HTML5 doesn t talk about CSS properties HTML5 doesn t define Web fonts HTML5 doesn t change HTTP While the specification is huge, there is plenty outside of it, so why is there such a misconception that it covers everything Well, that s the politics of the Web at work
PART I
HTML5: Web Politics as Usual
The Web is an interesting place technology-wise because the mob tends to rule Very often, well-defined specifications will be built only to be avoided or replaced by ad hoc specifications that appear to spring out of nowhere HTML5 tries to tame the mob and bring a bit of order to the chaos, but that doesn t come easily, particularly when politics and competition are involved On the Web, there are those who promote openness, and those who promote new proprietary features for their own browsers Some will label such organizations good or bad, and declare their technology the one true way over others Such promotion of us versus them can create loyal followers, but the author finds some of the discussion more than a bit disingenuous Web technologies that were once maligned as proprietary Microsoft features, such as innerHTML, contenteditable, Ajax XMLHttpRequest object, and more, have been quietly absorbed into the open Web community Other capabilities such as CSS transformations, behaviors, Web fonts, and animations found in Internet Explorer in many cases for the better part of a decade are also maligned as proprietary only to be reintroduced with slight syntax differences by other browser vendors to hails of the progress of the open Web Today proprietary, tomorrow standard seems to be the rule of Web standards, and it would seem that now HTML5 is doing its part to continue politics as usual Google has already begun a tremendous push to promote HTML5 The problem is the term is basically being used as a comparison as to what a major competitor is not supporting, more than a lucid discussion of the emerging technology Unfortunately, from my observations, when most people speak of HTML5, it is more as a code for open Web or even anti-Microsoft, which reminds me of other misused terms of the last browser battles Let s hope that cool heads prevail in the standards fights that will likely ensue
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