- You may wonder how I have done this nice tag cloud.
- You can create one for your own with different styles using http://www.wordle.net/.
- Just paste your text or URL, it will calculate the frequency of each words and do the visualization for you.
- NOTE: You need to install Java Runtime Environment on your machine to run this but I am sure you will love this.
Tag Cloud is a visualization of word frequency in a given text as a weighted list. 'Tags' are usually single words, and the importance of each tag is shown with font size or color.
In-place editing is another beautiful feature in HTML5. which enable you to edit the webpage in the browser.
Try this piece of code
<h2>Click to change me</h2>
<p>This paragraph can be changed</p>
<li>This too can be edited<li>
<li>and you can add more items</li>
<li>after this one by pressing enter</li>
<p>It's pretty neat stuff</p>
Introduction of semantics in its specifications is one of the important feature of HTML5 over other markup. HTML5 adds a lot of new features to the HTML specification, but there is already some limited browser support for these new features. Don't worry they will come up with their updates soon... In fact the new release of IE 9 supports most of them, some features better than firefox or other widely used browsers as they are utilizing the machine power to render complex commands.
HTML 5 is better structured than its previous versions (with new tags similar to XML). They simply improved the readability of the document. Below are some of the specifications used for structuring documents.
<!doctype html >
<header> ... </header>
<a href ....</a>
Some others are details, summary, figcaption etc.
HTML5 makes it easy for web application developers for developing dynamic web pages. See the new features in form elements.
<input type="email" required="requred" placeholder="firstname.lastname@example.org" autofocus=true>
No need to write a special validation script to check whether this field is empty or its an email. These are some of the in built validations. There are lot more. You can learn more in w3schools website.