HTML 5 Draft, Future of Web Content
At last HTML 5 Draft is published by world wide web.
W3C launched the HTML Working Group in March 2007 as a forum for building consensus around the new standard. The group has already published a set of HTML design principles, which include: ensuring support for existing content, codifying widespread practice, separating concerns (markup from presentation), and enabling universal access. These principles help guide the group’s decision-making.
HTML 5 adds new elements to specifically identify each of these common constructs:
section: A part or chapter in a book, a section in a chapter, or essentially anything that has its own heading in HTML 4
header: The page header shown on the page; not the same as the
footer: The page footer where the fine print goes; the signature in an e-mail message
nav: A collection of links to other pages
article: An independent entry in a blog, magazine, compendium, and so forth
As well as the structural elements, HTML 5 adds some purely semantic block-level elements:
Like this there are many new elements and attritbutes are added. For more information visit: http://www.w3.org/TR/2008/WD-html5-diff-20080122/#new-elements