As the web continues to grow by leaps and bounds the need for websites to accommodate the demands and diversity call upon in a great degree the advances of HTML5 & CSS3. You might want to ask what these two scripting languages will effect the future of websites.
This is an easy one. HTML is still in there kicking as the language of choice. It’s still pretty easy to use and there are editors around that make using HTML 5 a breeze for the newbies. This has always been the case with HTML as not many people have the time to go into major depth to code a webpage. As for CSS3, there are editors for it as well. CSS looks daunting to many people but it’s quite simple if you take the time to study. Once you do and get the gist you can do well on your own, but with an editor, just like HTML you can rock and roll all day.
Now that’s okay but HTML 5 and CSS3 aren’t your basic scripting languages anymore and are designed so that the engineering of the future websites can deliver the most dynamic of content and perform the utmost in functionality. Today’s surfer will find that the major corporations, especially the entertainment venues, are pushing for getting as much content delivered int eh most attractive way possible. The expansion of social networking and blogging call for these advanced scripting languages and in a nutshell they won’t be going away anytime soon.
Just take a look at the latest video websites. You’ll find not only access to the video but you’ll have advanced advertisements popping up, you’ll find links to social networking like Facebook or Twitter, there will probably be a live chatroom or links to blogs and who knows what new fangled thing that is now popular on the web. It’s these changing venues, new approaches which calls for HTML 5 and CSS3 to be used.
No business is going to be caught on the tail end of things and those that have websites and blogs will need to be on top of their game to compete. Webmasters will be using these languages to not only keep present content and user friendly things going on. There are fundamental things going on with the use of these languages and they can prepare for the latest changes that will be coming along now and in the near future. Even with the promise of other new languages and programs doesn’t mean a lot as they’re both two languages that are already established and there will be some new application of these languages.
So don’t expect either CSS3 or HTML 5 to be going anywhere for quite a time. That’s primarily because of the growing need for video and especially animation. Video games dominate the web and more web based video games are going to continue as well as apps and other venues. Webmasters need these languages to provide the power punch of programming the future of the web calls for.