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Can we use HTML 5 for building a website now?

Can we use HTML 5 now? Which browser support HTML 5 most? Please, somebody help me.

Thank you,
Ramesh

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Odd.

The first question is determined by your target audience. For example if you were in China you might not want to go HTML 5. Why? Well it's pretty clear if you do YOUR RESEARCH that China leads in XP use.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usage_share_of_operating_systems is also telling.

As to which browser? I fear you are not using the web to do your research and for you, my answer is you should not do this.

I like HTML 5 but for your questions it only tells me you are not leveraging what research has been done and should go with what the boss asked for.
Bob

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HTML is a language

meaning that browser support will depend on what you want to construct.

Here is a chart with some of the most common HTML 5 "elements" and which browsers support them:

http://fmbip.com/litmus/

~Sovereign

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for another info stylexp If your want to know mobile browser compatibility with html5.
see in this link below .

http://mobilehtml5.org/

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html5 suporting browsers

All major browsers are supporting html5.

such as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera.

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garima

yups.. we can use HTML 5 for building a website now.. as HTML 5 provide us the responsive frame.

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Can we use HTML 5 for building a website now?

Yes, you can use HTML5 for the website and that supported by all the browsers.

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