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W3C Says Don’t Use HTML5 Yet

October 6th, 2010 10:42 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

GMGruman writes “InfoWorld’s Paul Krill reports that the W3C, the standards body behind the Web standards, is urging Web developers not to use the draft HTML5 standards on their websites. This flies in the face of HTML5 support and encouragement, especially for mobile devices, by Apple, Google, Microsoft, and others. The W3C says developers should avoid the draft HTL5 spec (the final version is not due for several years) because of interoperability issues across browsers.”

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