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** Does Internet Explorer 8 support HTML 5? **
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Is there any HTML5 support in IE8? Is it on the IE8 roadmap?
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edited Dec 21 '09 at 22:27
asked Nov 14 '08 at 4:12
HTML 5 is still a draft. That means anything can happen to it. Its
development could even be halted like it happened with XHTML 2. – Gumbo
Feb 2 '10 at 21:41
Hopefully there will not be any IE after IE8 and no will get offended by
such questions. – Akshar Prabhu Desai Sep 3 '10 at 22:35
caniuse.com – Ms. Nobody May 13 '13 at 10:08
More then HTML5 is IE8 that is and will always be a draft! – MEM Jul
29 '13 at 18:16
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IE8 beta 2 supports two APIs from HTML5: cross-document messaging and
IE8 beta 2 doesnât implement the HTML5 parsing algorithm or the new
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