Introduction to HTML6 — Understanding — Structure and Its New Features – Technology is developing so fast, sometimes we can’t keep up with it. We haven’t finished studying HTML5 properly yet, now HTML6 is about to appear, which is the latest version of HTML.
HTML5 has given us some very interesting features such as audio and video support, offline storage and most importantly the ability to build mobile-optimized websites. In addition, html5 gives us the freedom to use the attributes of tags such as
Understanding HTML6 Concepts
Have you ever wondered if you could express a better use of tags? If not then just imagine you use the tag to set a logo on your web page, or use the tag and so on. Wouldn’t it be better if you could use
tags without using multiple IDs such as wrappers or containers, but using or tags instead of having to use
. That’s what will be in HTML6.
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HTML6 is the 6th version of HTML with a namespace that has an XML-like structure. The XML namespace will help you use the same tags without conflicting or without conflict with other tags. For example the one used in the XHTML DOCTYPE:
HTML6 will give us the benefit of using the tags we want and not needing to just use the tags that are already defined.
HTML6 tags will have an html namespace like or and so on. Let’s take a look at each of the tag attributes used in the HTML6 script example that we wrote above.
This tag will help you link to external documents and scripts such as CSS, JS, and others to HTML documents. This is similar to the tag used in HTML5. This tag includes the following attributes:
Charset: “UTF-8” character encoding
href: It contains a link to the source file
Media: this defines the type of device to be run on, for example “Smartphone” or “Tablet”.
type: MIME type of document
Tag Type Overview
Similar to the current and previous versions of html, HTML6 will also have two types of tags such as single tags and double tags. The single tag will have no text content, and will likely only have attributes. As an example:
Compared to double tags, you don’t need to close your single tags. Double tags have an opening and closing tag, because they have some content. However, in case the double tag has no text-based content, you can reduce it to a single cover from a single variation. As an example:
HTML6 is still not here yet. But the idea of what to offer has been provided by Oscar Godson via HTML6Spec. This post is just to help you give an overview of some basic concepts of Oscar Goodson’s version of HTML6.
Hope this helps you