I’ve been receiving a number of visitors to this site from people searching for information about an HTML5 logo tag. In short, <logo> doesn’t currently exist but there are a couple of options to markup your logo correctly.
Most of the attention for HTML5 has been given to the new elements and the use of video. However, one of the most useful features when creating forms is the introduction of the placeholder attribute for input elements.
This article in the HTML5 series covers the explanation and usage of the <article> element.
This article in the HTML5 series covers the explanation and usage of the <nav> element.
This article in the HTML5 series covers the explanation and usage of the <header> element.
Over the coming weeks, I’m going to be writing a lot more articles on HTML5 which will go into detail and show how you can start using HTML5 elements today with progressive enhancement. To start this off though, you’ll need to use a new version of the CSS reset in order to view these new HTML5 elements correctly, even in the more modern standards compliant browsers.