Publicadas las especificaciones de HTML5

Una minientrada para desarrolladores locos:

“This HTML5 specification is like no other—It has been processed with you, the humble web developer, in mind.

The focus of this specification is readability and ease of access. Unlike the full HTML specification, this “web developer edition” removes information that only browser vendors need know.

To read about its conception, construction and future, read the press release.

Ben Schwarz (ab+c) February 22.”

“HTML5” has at various times been used to refer to a wide variety of technologies, some of which originated in this document, and some of which have only ever been tangentially related.

This specification actually now defines the next generation of HTML after HTML5. HTML5 reached Last Call at the WHATWG in October 2009, and shortly after we started working on some experimental new features that are not as stable as the rest of the specification. The stability of sections is annotated in the margin.

The W3C has also been working on HTML in conjunction with the WHATWG; at the W3C, this document has been split into several parts, and the occasional informative paragraph or example has been removed for technical or editorial reasons. For all intents and purposes, however, the W3C HTML specifications and this specification are equivalent (and they are in fact all generated from the same source document).

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Table of contents

  1. 1 Introduction
  2. 2 Common infrastructure
    1. 2.4 Common microsyntaxes
    2. 2.5 URLs
    3. 2.6 Common DOM interfaces
    4. 2.7 Namespaces
  3. 3 Semantics, structure, and APIs of HTML documents
    1. 3.2 Elements
      1. 3.2.5 Content models
      2. 3.2.6 Requirements relating to bidirectional-algorithm formatting characters
      3. 3.2.7 Annotations for assistive technology products (ARIA)
    2. 3.3 APIs in HTML documents
    3. 3.4 Dynamic markup insertion
  4. 4 The elements of HTML
    1. 4.3 Scripting
    2. 4.4 Sections
    3. 4.5 Grouping content
    4. 4.6 Text-level semantics
    5. 4.7 Edits
    6. 4.8 Embedded content
      1. 4.8.2 The iframe element
      2. 4.8.3 The embed element
      3. 4.8.4 The object element
      4. 4.8.5 The param element
      5. 4.8.6 The video element
      6. 4.8.7 The audio element
      7. 4.8.8 The source element
      8. 4.8.9 The track element
      9. 4.8.10 Media elements
      10. 4.8.11 The canvas element
      11. 4.8.12 The map element
      12. 4.8.13 The area element
      13. 4.8.14 Image maps
      14. 4.8.15 MathML
      15. 4.8.16 SVG
      16. 4.8.17 Dimension attributes
    7. 4.9 Tabular data
    8. 4.10 Forms
      1. 4.10.7 The input element
        1. 4.10.7.1 States of the type attribute
          1. 4.10.7.1.13 Number state
          2. 4.10.7.1.14 Range state
          3. 4.10.7.1.15 Color state
          4. 4.10.7.1.16 Checkbox state
          5. 4.10.7.1.17 Radio Button state
          6. 4.10.7.1.18 File Upload state
          7. 4.10.7.1.19 Submit Button state
          8. 4.10.7.1.20 Image Button state
          9. 4.10.7.1.21 Reset Button state
          10. 4.10.7.1.22 Button state
        2. 4.10.7.2 Common input element attributes
        3. 4.10.7.3 Common input element APIs
      2. 4.10.8 The button element
      3. 4.10.9 The select element
      4. 4.10.10 The datalist element
      5. 4.10.11 The optgroup element
      6. 4.10.12 The option element
      7. 4.10.13 The textarea element
      8. 4.10.14 The keygen element
      9. 4.10.15 The output element
      10. 4.10.16 The progress element
      11. 4.10.17 The meter element
      12. 4.10.18 Association of controls and forms
      13. 4.10.19 Attributes common to form controls
      14. 4.10.20 APIs for the text field selections
      15. 4.10.21 Constraints
      16. 4.10.22 Form submission
    9. 4.11 Interactive elements
      1. 4.11.5 Commands
      2. 4.11.6 The device element
    10. 4.12 Links
    11. 4.13 Common idioms without dedicated elements
  5. 5 Microdata
  6. 6 Loading Web pages
    1. 6.3 Origin
    2. 6.4 Session history and navigation
    3. 6.5 Browsing the Web
    4. 6.6 Offline Web applications
  7. 7 Web application APIs
    1. 7.3 Timers
    2. 7.4 User prompts
    3. 7.5 System state and capabilities: the Navigator object
  8. 8 User interaction
    1. 8.7 Drag and drop
    2. 8.8 Undo history
    3. 8.9 Editing APIs
  9. 9 Communication
  10. 10 The HTML syntax
    1. 10.2 Named character references
  11. 11 The XHTML syntax
  12. 12 Obsolete features
  13. 13 IANA considerations
  14. Index
  15. References
  16. Acknowledgements

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