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Html5 final


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bvp gtug html5 presentation held on 26 August 2011

bvp gtug html5 presentation held on 26 August 2011

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  • 1.
  • 2. Introduction To HTML5
  • 3. Topics to be discussed
    Brief review of tags
    What Is HTML5?
    Why The Shift?
    Getting Started
    New Features
    New Additions
    The Forms
    Media Elements
    Flash or HTML5
  • 4. HTML4 Tags Revisited
    <!--...--> A comment
    <!DOCTYPE> The document type (only one in HTML5)
    <a> Hyperlink to a page or page area
    <abbr> An abbreviation
    <address> Container for an address
    <b> Bold text
    <base> A base URL for all the links in a page
    <blockquote> A block of text
    <body> Beginning a body element
    <br> A single line break
    <button> A clickable button
  • 5. <div> Demarcation of division in a document
    <em> Emphasized text
    <form> Container for a form typically with input elements
    <h1> to <h6> Text header 1 to header 6
    <head> Container for the first code to be interpreted by browser
    <hr> Horizontal rule (line)
    <html> Container for an HTML document
    <i> Italic text
    <colgroup> Container for groups of table columns
  • 6. <iframe> Frame an inline sub window
    <img> Image container
    <input> User-input field within a form container
    <label> Representation of a caption in a user interface
    <li> List item indicator
    <link> A resource reference (for example, CSS)
    <col> Defines attributes for table columns
    <cite> Container for a citation
    <caption> A table caption
  • 7. <mark> Text in one context marked for text in different context
    <menu> Container for a list of commands
    <meta> Container for meta information
    <ol> A numbered (ordered) list
    <optgroup> An option grouping header in an options list
    <option> Container for individual options in a drop-down list
    <p> A paragraph block
    <pre> Preformatted text format
  • 8. <tr> Demarcation of a table row
    <q> Enclosed text with quotation marks
    <script> Container for script for CSS, JavaScript, or another recognized script
    <select> A selectable list
    <small> Small text
    <span> Inline section in a document
    <strong> Strong text that looks like bold
    <style> Container for a style definition
    <var> Variable style in formula
    <ul> An unordered list (a bullet list)
  • 9. <sub> Subscripted text
    <sup> Superscripted text
    <table> A table definition
    <tbody> Demarcation for a block of rows for a table’s body
    <td> A table cell
    <textarea> A text area container
    <tfoot> Representation for a block of rows of column summaries for a table
    <th> Table header format
    <thead> Representation of a block of rows of column summaries for a table header
    <title> The document title
  • 10. What Is HTML5?
  • 11. Why HTML5?
    Reduces the use of JavaScript
    Good replacement for adobe apps
    No extra plug-in’s required
    Redundant tags removed
    Exciting new media elements
    Employs a lot of HTML4 elements
  • 12. Getting started
    The doctype
    XHTML 1.0 Transitional
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC “-//w3c//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional // EN” “”>
    <!DOCTYPE html>
  • 13. The Head Section
    <title>Title goes here</title>
    <meta http-equiv=”Content-Type” content=”text/html; charset=UTF-8”>
    <meta name=”keywords” content=”kennels, dog fences, pet containment”>
    <meta http-equiv=”Refresh” content=”30”>
  • 14. Structural Tags
  • 15. The
  • 16. Web Forms Demo
  • 17. Inserting Audio
    <audio src=”jazz.mp3”></audio>
    <audio src=“x.mp3” autoplay controls></audio>
  • 18. Inserting Videos
    <video src=”mbAux1small.mp4” controls preload=”auto”></video>
  • 19. Browser Support
  • 20. Flash Vs HTML5
  • 21.
  • 22. New Features
  • 23. Professional HTML5 in use
  • 24. Tags used in HTML5
    <article> Self-contained composition in document
    <aside> Content tangentially related to content of the article
    <audio> Sound content container
    <canvas> Graphic development container
    <command> A command that the user can invoke
    <datalist> List generator when used with the <input> element and its new list attribute
    <details> Discloses details of an element
    <embed> External interactive plug-in or content
    <figcaption> Caption tag for the figure element
    <figure> Contains a group of media content and their caption
  • 25. <footer> Container for a footer for a section or page
    <header> Container for header for a section or page
    <hgroup> A heading of a section with multiple h1 to h6 elements in a document
    <mark> A string of text in one document, marked or highlighted for reference in another document
    <meter> Container for a known range of values (for example, disk use)
    <nav> Representation of a section of a document intended for navigation
    <output> Defines the progress of a task of any kind
  • 26. <progress> Representation of the progress made in a task (such as percentage complete in a download operation)
    <section> Theme identifier for content grouping
    <source> Container for multiple specification of media resources
    <summary> Information on a <details> element
    <time> Container for a date/time
    <video> Element for linking to a video file
    <keygen> The key pair generator control representation.
  • 27. Discontinued Tags
    <acronym> Replaced by <abbr>
    <applet> Replaced by <object>
    <basefont> Better handled by CSS
    <bgsound> Replaced by <audio>
    <big> Better handled by CSS
    <dir> Replaced by <ul>
    <font> Removed in HTML5
    <frame> Removed in HTML5
    <frameset> Removed in HTML5
    <isindex> Replaced by explicit <form>
  • 28. <multicol> Removed in HTML5
    <nobr> Removed in HTML5
    <noframes> Removed in HTML5
    <noscript> Only conforming to HTML syntax
    <strike> Better handled by CSS
    <u> Better handled by CSS
    <marquee> Removed in HTML5
    <blink> Removed in HTML5
    <center> Better handled by CSS
  • 29. A Brief Glimpse Of The Next Session
  • 30. SVG
  • 31. CANVAS
  • 32. Q & A
    Any questions?
    Any questions?