→ What is wrong with HTML 5

By vijay on September 4, 2009 — 1 min read

Part the first:

The Hypertext Markup Language was designed to describe the structure of scientific documents and how they related to one another.

Part the second:

The Hypertext Markup Language is used to describe the way a given screen of information is structured, presented and responds to user input.


Everything wrong with HTML5 can be ascribed to the differences between those two sentences.

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