HTML 5.1 is the gold standard

Philippe le Hegaret, World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Nov 17, 2016
Commentary by Stephen Downes

As reported by the W3C: "A couple weeks ago the W3C Web Platform Working Group published HTML 5.1 as a Standard. It was merely days after the second anniversary of the advent of the 5th major version of the core language of the World Wide Web (you may read the press release we put out when HTML 5 became a W3C recommendation)." Best line of the day is from Ben Werdmuller: "According to software precedent, the next version should be HTML 7."

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