evolet_pearl — 2013-01-08T00:17:36-05:00 — #1
what are the latest standards to follow for web design,as if i know the web 2.0.what are the latest? any body having any idea?
technobear — 2013-01-08T08:42:19-05:00 — #2
I'm not sure I've understood your question. Is this what you want?
stevie_d — 2013-01-08T16:53:49-05:00 — #3
Web 2.0 is not a set of standards. It's a vague concept around an idea of a feeling of an ethos, but really it isn't anything so concrete as that. It's just a meaningless buzzword, and not much more than that.
HTML4 is the latest standard to be fully approved.
HTML5 is currently in development, and aspects of it are supported on some/most/all browsers, but it isn't finalised yet and there are many features that are not widely supported.
jeff_mott — 2013-01-08T20:45:53-05:00 — #4
HTML5 is final as of Dec 17th. Spread the word.
technobear — 2013-01-09T09:26:59-05:00 — #5
That doesn't sound very final to me. :)
xhtmlcoder — 2013-01-09T10:29:22-05:00 — #6
That was the freeze for 5.0 as Candidate Recommendation; nothing more will be added, now we have 5.1: http://www.w3.org/TR/html51/ so 5 is basically dead or awaiting fixing - maybe by 2014 they might sort-out that first stage.
jeff_mott — 2013-01-09T12:48:25-05:00 — #7
Although the final recommendation may turn out to be exactly the same as this candidate recommendation, TechnoBear is right, I jumped the gun. I saw the word "Recommendation", and I saw that they started work on 5.1, and my brain came to an incorrect conclusion. Oops.
xhtmlcoder — 2013-01-09T14:27:53-05:00 — #8
Since it wouldn't be until about 2022 is gets sorted and anywhere near a recommendation they are now doing it in small increments until 2018, or something; 5.1, 2016, etc.
felgall — 2013-01-09T16:04:44-05:00 — #9
The W3C blog post of 17th December contains the following statement regarding when HTML 5 is expected to be final.
biztech — 2013-03-25T00:51:07-04:00 — #10
If you know 2.0 then its easy for you to use web 3.0. It’s extensively believed Web 3.0 will create an intelligent in-depth personal profile for each web user, exclusively fashioned from the complete search history of each individual Internet surfer.
system — 2013-03-25T06:18:52-04:00 — #11
HTML4 and HTML5 are the latest standard to be fully approved and currently in development, and aspects of it are supported on some/most/all browsers, but it isn't finalised yet and there are many features that are not widely supported.
angelobe77 — 2013-03-26T13:24:07-04:00 — #12
you dont want to worry about 1.0, 2.0, 3.0. thats all just buzzwords.
ensuring your site will render on the myriad of devices out there is what its about now.
A more fluid, responsive page that isnt constrained.