Even though HTML5 is relatively new and itâ€™s not supported yet by all major browsers, it is being used now by a lot of web designers and developers. Without a doubt, HTML5 is going to play a big part in the way we develop on the web, for many years to come. As I just mentioned, many people are using it now, but there are also many of you out there that hasnâ€™t touched it yet. Now is a good time to start learning it. So, in order to give you a helping hand with that task, weâ€™ve rounded up 7 Useful Resources to Help you Learn HTML5.
This document illustrates how to write HTML 5 documents, focussing on simplicity and practical applications for beginners while also providing in depth information for more advanced web developers.
The WHATWG Blog is the blog of The Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group, which are the people responsible for the HTML 5 spec.
Dive Into HTML 5 is a book that seeks to elaborate on a hand-picked Selection of features from the HTML5 specification and other fine Standards.
HTML5 Doctor publishes articles relating to HTML5, its semantics, and how to use it right now. They also invite questions via Ask the Doctor, and post answers in future articles so that everyone can benefit.
This is a one-pager that acts as a cheat sheet of compatibility tables for features in HTML5, CSS3, SVG and other upcoming web technologies.
This cheat sheet is essentially a simple visual grid that contains a list of all HTML tags and of their related attributes supported by HTML 5.
HTML5 gallery has two primary aims, the first is to showcase sites that use HTML5 for markup, so that we can see how people have interpreted the specification and how theyâ€™ve implemented it. The second is to help people learn about html5 and how it should be used and how to implement it.