Know & Go: HTML 5 - Will it be Worth it? (Amigos)

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Course Overview

The next version of HTML is version 5. Although not slated to be a W3C recommendation until 2012, major commercial websites are already using pieces of HTML 5. Browser manufacturers are starting to support the more stable sections. Is it complete enough for libraries to start using? Definitely, yes! We'll look at the parts that are ready and those that are yet to come.


Web authors and designers.


Basic knowledge of HTML and CSS.

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Course Length

1.0 Hour

Course Format

Live Online


Subject Area

Digital Collection Management


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