HTML 5 Tutorials for beginners
HTML 5 Tutorials for beginners is the ultimate guide for the newbie who wishes to explore this funtastic new language that has been creeping up on web developers and designers. HTML 5 is looking to replace Macromedia Flash, however Flash DOES have its good points such as creating games that are heavy in complexity, however who knows what HTML 5 will bring us this year and next year and the years to come.
Also, learning our fun tutorial will help you learn all the tags and its purpose so you can build quality elements on your website, all things related to multimedia is provide in the tutorial as beginners should learn one step at a time.
Another good feature is that it works with all major browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer and IE6 would you believe!
Example codes are provided for you so please follow and enjoy this new technology, please leave a comment and visit us frequently for more tutorials and tips for the latest in web design and development.
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