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HTML5 for Flash Developers by Matt Fisher

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Allowing users to find your work

Although search engine indexing is not directly related to HTML5, since you are coming from a Flash developer's perspective, it is definitely worth noting. Many search engines have become increasingly better at parsing Flash content for search engine results, but at the end of the day, creating a full Flash site will require you to perform some work around to have your content displayed properly, when someone attempts to search for it. Search engine bots will have a much easier time reading your HTML5 projects as they have a more direct approach to reading the important data about the pages on your website.

With the growth in what HTML element tags may now contain, the ability to tag specific elements on your site, ...

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