You probably know that HTML is a standard markup language for creating websites. The so-called hypertext links allow individual pages to be connected between each other and the use of marks allows to assign special meaning to individual parts of the content. But can you remember why HyperText Markup Language was created? Since that time, it has undergone major changes and today, it can do things that we could hardly imagine at its beginnings. Dive into its history with us and get to know the less known but all the more interesting functionalities of the version HTML5. (more…)
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