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We wrote about Dailymotion and Youtube releasing some non-flash HTML5 videos and that this is the future of the web. Now you can take a look at some tags that will be used in this new HTML5:

* <article /> element that allows you to declare a piece of content as the article. Perfect for blogs or newspapers.
* <aside /> represents a piece of content that is only slightly related to the rest of the content.
* <dialog /> element that represents talks.
* <figure /> can use to associate a caption with an embedded content such as graphics or video.
* <footer /> section of the page that contains information about the author, copyright, etc ...
* <header /> represents the head section.
* <nav /> represents the navigation section (links within the website)
* <section /> element that indicates that it is a generic section.
* <audio /> and <video /> for multimedia content.
* <embed /> is a dedicated content plugins.

* <m /> marked text.
* <meter /> used to represent actions, such as the size of the disk used ...
* <time /> used to display dates and / or time.
* <canvas /> used to display graphics rendered in real time, such as graphs, games, etc. ...
* <commnad /> related commands that the user can invoke.
* <datagrid /> ideal for displaying a tree or a table of tabular data.
* <details /> displays information if the user demands it.
* <datalist /> along with the new attribute list for <input /> can be used to create Comboboxes.

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You can visit a html5 websites gallery to see these new tags in action. But please note that you need a HTML5 capable browser such as Firefox 3.5, Safari 4, etc.

[via geektheplanet]