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    You use the HTML 5 doctype, which is very simple and streamlined:

    <!doctype html>

    Yes, that's it. Just two words "doctype" and "html". It can be this simple because HTML 5 is no longer part of SGML, but is instead a markup language all on its own.

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    HTML5 will be those most recent form from claiming hypertext markup Language, those code that depicts web pages. Its really three sorts of code: HTML, which gives the structure; Cascading style Sheets (CSS), which fare thee well for presentation; What's more JavaScript, which makes things happen.

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    HTML 5 new structure
    HTML 5 recognizes that Web pages have a structure, just like books have a structure or other XML documents. In general, Web pages have navigation, body content, and sidebar content plus headers, footers, and other features. And HTML 5 has created tags to support those elements of the page.

    - to define sections of pages

    - defines the header of a page

    - defines the footer of a page

    - defines the navigation on a page

    - defines the article or primary content on a page

    - defines extra content like a sidebar on a page

    - defines images that annotate an article

    Hopr this help you.

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