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Checkout New Feautures on HTML6

When most Web developers and
designers are still implementing HTML5
standards, efforts are already
being made for development of the next
version of the Web Markup Language,
HTML6. I was curious to
know what will be served to developers
in forthcoming years in the form of
HTML6. Here is what I found
during my research.
The first and foremost feature I admired
most is sponsored tags. The sponsored
tags allow companies or
individuals to sponsor some tags with
their names or brands. This is done to
overcome the budget
shortage. These sponsored tags can be
purchase for TIER 1, TIER 2, and TIER 3.
TIER 1 is TIN and costs
about $250,000 USD, TIER 2 is ALUMINIUM
and costs $1,500,000 USD, and TIER 3 is
the costs starts from $20,000,000 USD.
It is planned to introduce new tags to
wrap contents such as <calendar> which
can wrap <day>,
<month>, and <year>. Instead of writing
separate tags for <img>, <video>, and
<audio>, how nice
it will be if we have just one tag such as
<media type=’video’ source=”abc.avi”>
and let the
browser do the rest of the rendering?
New HTML APIs are on the way that will
give us more tags with great
The syntax will change as follows which
will help in identifying the data for
JavaScript, CSS, and RSS Feeds.
This will also make the document more
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html:title>HTML6 Spec Version 0.1</
<html:link src="js/main.js" title="Main
Script" type="text/javascript">
Forms will be enhanced with Sliders, Color
pickers, Date and Time pickers, Progress
bars, and much more
features. Some of the new tags such as
<autocomplete>, <pattern>, <spellcheck>,
<match> will be introduced giving more
meaning as well as rich computing
There are many more features that are
expected to be introduced in the form of
HTML6. HTML 6 is still
an idea; more suggestions are being
invited. Every possible requirement and
demand of designers and
developers will be implemented and the
developer community hopes to get these
ideas converted into

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