Inspired by a sneak preview of HTML5 and Jeremy Keith’s new book HTML5 for web designers, one might be keen to dive into HTML5. However, heed caution though as the browsers get ready for both HTML5 and CSS3 – care to test yours? You can learn how to use HTML5 in your client work right now or simply start designing a blog with HTML5.
Oh, and last of all, don’t forget to replace
acronym tags with
abbr. If you’re looking for the tags, try quackit.com’s complete alphabetical list of HTML5 tags.