HTML5: The Code to Maximizing Revenue
With older rich media software such as Flash not supported on all media devices, it has become more important than ever to create a new, streamlined language for the Web.
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Based on an Extensible Markup Language (XML) structure, HTML5 offers the ability to build in semantic cues – instructions that express the use and context of a design element rather than laying out highly specific instructions for the appearance of something. This ability makes HTML5 easy to work with and highly adaptable to operating systems, software platforms, devices, and interfaces. Critically, it is designed to work with technologies of the future as well as those we are familiar with today. It is, simply put, the key to future product development, content delivery, and revenue opportunities in publishing.
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