In the end of 2017, we received the new version of HTML. You could have already explored all the changes it received. But in case you are still unfamiliar with it, we will give you a brief description what’s new in HTML 5.2.
In HTML 5.2, there were a number of additions and removals, all of which can be seen on the official HTML 5.2 Changes page. In this article, we’ll highlight the changes that are most likely to impact your development process.
What’s new in HTML 5.2?
- A native <dialog> element
- The usage of the Payment Request API from iFrames
- Sizing for Apple Icons
- Multiple <main> elements
- Styles in the <body>
- Headings in a <legend>
What was removed?
- ‘keygen’ was removed: used to help to generate public keys for forms
- ‘menu’ and ‘menuitem’ removed too: used to create navigation or context menus
- no more inline, floated, or blocked children of <p>
- no more Strict Doctypes
Follow the link to check the details.