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ePublishing with InDesign CS6: Design and produce digital publications for tablets, ereaders, smartphones, and more by Pariah Burke

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HTML5

HTML5—Hypertext Markup Language, version 5—is a radical departure from previous versions of HTML. When the World Wide Web was first devised and used by government agencies and universities, it was text-only, with minimal formatting support—HTML, version 1. Quickly its users realized that, even for academic documentation, they needed to incorporate imagery, tabular data, color, and more customizable content markup; thus, HTML 2.0 was born. The Web continued to improve every few years up through HTML 4.01, which was the version feature-rich enough to spawn Internet application and social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, adaptive content pages, and so on. Think about everything you saw on the Web, all the things that were possible, back ...

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