25+ Stunning Websites Using HTML5

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HTML5 – New Love of Web Designers

Now, HTML5 is the new web standard. HTML5 defines many elements and attributes that can be seen under the hood. Apple is continuously exaggerating the statement that flash will be soon replaced by HTML5. It has opedned new doors for those web designers who love to create readable codes and semantic layouts.

Forms
Some new forms have been defined. They were originally developed into a separate specification of web 2.0. This specifications bring new features like:

  • New input types, such as e-mail addresses, Internet addresses, dates, etc. so that they can be checked by the browser for syntactic correctness.
  • You can also define the input field as the required field.
  • Clarification as CSS properties affect form elements.
  • To create an adjustable control object. (for example, the volume of audio and video can be determined)

Elements

New elements can be defined also.

  • Like Time element is used to provide time data with meta data for example: Interactive Calendar.
  • The Progress element specifies the progress of any task.
  • The canvas element creates a drawing surface and it is used with DOM methods.

So, much new coming up with HTML5. Below there is amazing collection of websites made with the use of HTML5. Have a look on these. We are sure that it would be a great learning experience for you.

Beautiful Examples of Websites using HTML5

Cursoclio

cursoclio

Slim Kiwi

Slim Kiwi

en.opera.se

en.opera.se

Ousmane Ndiaye

Ousmane Ndiaye

Freszki

freszki

Html5slicer

html5slicer

Little Coogie

Little Coogie

Information Highwayman

Information Highwayman

Lesintegristes

lesintegristes

Frojd

Frojd

Table Less

Table less

The Design Super Hero

thedesignsuperhero

Energy Cell

Energy Cell

Zoocha

zoocha

Cat Cubed

Cat Cubed

DS3

DS3

Ella Design

Ella Design

Design Intellection

Design Intellection

Lets Count The Days

letscountthedays

Media Research Institute

Media Research Institute

Smiths Garden Town

smiths garden town

UX London

ux-london

Idea Foundry

idea-foundry

Apple Safari

apple-safari

Antilight

Antilight

An Event Apart

an-event-apart

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