Why not just use html5?
At first sight that seemed a good idea. But on looking further into it, it seems to have still a rapidly changing specification.
I would be particularly concerned about backwards compatibility, as it seems to be aimed very much at the future of mobile and video/gaming content. At the moment I'm aiming at a site for desktop/laptop access, but with page content sectionalised ready for "simple" conversion to a mobile application, but don't really envisage the HTML5 fancy tricks being needed.
As I've only done any "serious" web stuff using NetObjects Fusion 11, in particular my RobertoS website and something smaller for a local social group, I'm a bit wary of the apparent huge complexity/volume of HTML5 capabilities, and a probable paucity of good tutorials.
Or am I just being a scaredy-baby?
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