HTML and CSS Reference
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If HTML were a movie, HTML5 would be its surprise
HTML wasn't meant to survive into the 21st century.
The official web standards organization, called the W3C
(short for World Wide Web Consortium), left HTML for
dead way back in 1998. The W3C pinned its future plans
on a modernized successor called XHTML. It took a
group of disenfranchised rebels to resuscitate HTML and
lay the groundwork for the features that you'll explore in
this topic.
In this chapter, you'll get the scoop on why HTML died,
and how it came back to life. You'll learn about HTML5's
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