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Question about HTML5 and how it is implemented worldwide

From: Brown Derek <Derek.Brown@gps.eni.it>
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 2010 15:16:00 +0100
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Good Afternoon - 


A colleague of mine and I were wondering how you implement these HTML 5
changes across the world - so everyone

can benefit from the changes you think of?  


So, we have HTML v.1 ... and you can make borders and tables and fun
stuff ... insert pictures and such.  But then

you decide that you want to drag and drop photos into websites - here
comes v.5.  I can imagine you writing code

on your computer and them making your personal computer do this magic
.... but HOW the heck do you write the 

general worldwide language and make it so everyone ... across the
universe ... can use it?  




I would perceive the answer being relatively simple, but at this point,
my knowledge base is extremely minimal.  

I am still fighting with v.1 ... so to speak.  


Thanks for your answer and all your work.







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