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HTML 5 for Robin

Juan Handal

Joined: Jan 25, 2005
Posts: 29

Congratulations in your new book !!!

Is there a web site of fully/partially supported HTML(5) tags and attributes for various versions of Android ?

Which Browser will the best in your opinion?


Robin Nixon
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Joined: Sep 20, 2011
Posts: 48

Hi Juan,

All the latest versions of the browsers are pretty good for the best-known HTML5 features, even IE 9. And you can always check up on a browser by pointing it to However I wouldn't say there's a best one since you need to cater for all your users, and should therefore treat them all equally.

The following website lists all the HTML tags, including HTML5: Click on each and you can interactively experiment with the tag.

My latest book, The Web Developer's Cookbook, is now out:
I agree. Here's the link:
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