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Should I learn both HTML or HTML 5 o just HTML5?

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I've messed around with both languages but always find people saying that HTML is kind of deprecated, and since HTML5 maintains a lot of principles of HTML, it's more practical focusing on HTML5.

I don't think learning HTML would be completely unbeneficial, but maybe it's true that learning only HTML5 will do.

What do you think?

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There's differences between HTML and HTML5. Few of these are the audio and video which are both integral part of HTML5. I think HTML5 allows JavaScript to run and HTML doesn't allow it. It's also consisntet with improved codes. It wouldn't hurt if you want to learn HTML, but I think HTML5 would be a better option for you to focus on. 

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Html 5 is the latest inclusion and also its better from a learning perspective. You can all the desired tags and also it is better suited with java script for form validations. 

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Maybe you should learn both because it's better to know more also it gives you the opportunity for some jobs which include html5 and HTML today I worked as a programmer in PHP and I used notepad++ for me its not the software, it's your knowledge you better study hard to achieve your goal in life as a programmer.

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It's more better if you'll learn both HTML and HTML5. The more knowledge you'll gain the better skills you get. Though HTML is a constituent of neither audio and video while HTML5 can do both, HTML would make the other much more excellent than only including itself.

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HTML5 is by far is the most advanced version of the HTML standard created to to open up a whole new world of multimedia possibilities for designers and developers alike. Therefore it would be better to learn HTML 5 as it offers you a diverse range of new elements, attributes, and technologies to help you enhance the look, feel, structure and functioning of your web projects.

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Learning HTML5/CSS3 is learning HTML/CSS. They're just the newest versions of the languages. If you learn one version of HTML or CSS, it's fairly trivial to write in another version.
 

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