Friday, October 15, 2010

HTML 5 will be discarded, and the elements will be enhanced

At present, HTML 5 standard is approaching the final stage (or as HTML, Co-Chairperson Same Ruby called the "first ending"), which rules have been greatly adjusted.

Parting words

Take a good, bb element

Apart from that it is saved as an offline process the page button, I know little of the bb element. Taking into account what may be other codes or conceal, deceive the user to click on to download some evil stuff into their system, so bb element to be canceled.

Use your browser's Options menu, you can achieve the same functionality. And so you will not be played for.

Already miss you, datagrid

Datagrid is a class of interactive forms, similar to the electronic form.

It was canceled because the element does not meet the standards, specifically, what browser do not realize it (although in Adobe Flex and Dojo toolkit have been implemented).

Unfortunately it is no longer available, but I hope to meet again in HTML 6 in.

Goodbye, article and section of the cite attribute.

For the purpose of the joint site, cite attribute is used in the two new elements. In this way, when you insert an article from the RSS source, you can wrap it in the article or section tab, and use the cite attribute points to the source Web site.

Based on the hidden metadata is wrong and evil, unless the organization who need it the principle, pubdate property still remain in the article and section elements. Jeremy Keith suggested it as a time element for a boolean property, I think this very interesting:

Lovely article

Tuesday 18 August 2009

In this way, you can still provide a release time (the parser will only concern the elements of each article or section pubdate attribute first, but it is visible to the lovely metadata).

Outstanding issues


time element is still subject can not be labeled as too old times, or the like "December 1935" so "fuzzy" time. This makes it useful for museum or historical site not. For me, this is a big drawback of this element, it touches on no particular reason.


This element has been re-defined for the display of small print or other side note. (Generally used to describe the small print disclaimers, descriptions, regulations, or copyright notice. Small print sometimes used to identify the source, or to meet licensing requirements).

Browsers support package for each block-level element of small elements, if the specification allows to do that would be useful (if not as significant).


legend is set to figure and details of the child elements, although any of it in the current browser can not display. Remy Sharp and I have proposed to re-set the header to replace the legend, or better create a new element. (See: Error Report, Remy's blog post "Save the Figure and Detail")

CONTENT element

You can tag your pages with new elements in the peripheral things, but you can not tell you the main content of assistive technologies where to start. Anne van Kesteren is name of element to create a content or main idea.

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