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HTML 5: An Introduction


This article serves as an introduction to HTML 5. This version of HTML is not supported in all browsers. Even some browsers that claim to support HTML 5 do not support all the features available in this version of HTML. Although supporting some/all features of a language is not new to browsers overall, what is new about this is that HTML 5 itself is new, and some of its features are works in progress, especially when it comes to user security. This article is the first of two parts.

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October 25, 2010
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  1. · HTML 5: An Introduction
  2. · HTML 5 Audio and Video

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HTML 5: An Introduction - HTML 5 Audio and Video
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The audio element adds a standard way of supporting audio on an HTML page without plugins. This element can play a sound file or an audio stream. The audio element currently supports three formats: Ogg Vorbis, MP3, and Wav. The control attribute is used to add play, pause and volume controls. Here is an example that shows how the audio control is used:


 
By the same token, the video element adds support for videos on an HTML page without plugins. There are two supported video formats for the video element: Ogg and MPEG 4. An example for the video control will look like the following:


 

Please check back soon, as we'll be covering HTML 5's new elements in the conclusion to this article.


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