HTML5 has been around for quite some time now. It was first released in October 2014 by W3C, and it’s published to improve the language of HTML through adding multimedia features like audio/video elements among others– replacing older versions such as 4XHTML 1., XHMTL 0.9+. There seems though an misconception about what exactly “HTML 5” means because people think that since its release last year (i.e.. Fifth version), all new Web content must be built using this latest specification; however there continues exist several problems within browser compatibility with backward-compatibility mode enabled
HTML5 is a simple way to make complicated games. It supports multimedia elements, which can be embedded in an HTML document and played back through the browser with sound or animations without any plugins required for playback on most browsers today!
Another benefit of using this type script over others would be its greater security due mainly because all data access takes place locally rather than hitting outbound servers repeatedly until authorization can take place – thus cutting down greatly even further risk that malicious code could potentially inject itself into what should otherwise remain protected inside