Quiz Time! HTML5 Standard

How much do you really know?

Several years into Flash all but disappearing from the Web (and nearly 18 years since standards for its predecessor, HTML4, were formalized), the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) has finally published its Recommendation of HTML5 - the final version of the standard after numerous years being discussed by developers, browser vendors and the technology press. Better late than never.

Users, of course, won't notice any immediate changes as most modern browsers already support the most common HTML5 features. As designers familiarize themselves with (and integrate) new HTML5 features such as the video element and vector graphics, they are discovering a whole new world of digital possibilities introduced by this new standard - from the canvas element for rendering 2-D shapes and bitmap images to application programming interfaces (APIs) for o•ffline caching and drag-and-drop support.

So, what do you currently know about HTML5? Take Website Magazine's True or False quiz and find out how much you really know about HTML5 elements and the future of 'Net design.

TRUE - The time element represents a data and time value; the machine-readable equivalent can be represented in the datetime attribute.

TRUE - The details element represents a widget from which the user can obtain additional information or controls.

TRUE - The progress element represents the completion progress of a task.

TRUE - The source element allows authors to specify alternative media resources for media elements like video or audio.

TRUE - The object element represents an external resource, which is treated as an image, an HTML sub-document or an external resource to be processed by a plugin.