The introduction of HTML5 is not up to that level of satisfaction. THE code running at the rear of the web has endowed with new look and style, but not everybody is impressed. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) has released a brand new logo for HTML5. This is the latest version of the coding language utilized to make websites.
Sydney coder Lee Borkman has stated to news. com. au that the new logo is extremely ugly and not meant for the international standards. It is an unpleasant and unsuitably old fashioned design for a leading web standard.
Digital production manager at Qwoff Mr. Oli Young was kinder about its aesthetic but has commented that the logo is not showing the actual tendency. The W3C is liable for approaching with standards for web designing languages.
Apart from HTML5 the W3C has incorporated large variety of expertise like CSS and so many. Companies like Apple and Google are using HTML5 as a marketing strategy.