After receiving criticism from various parties, browser makers and web developers, Microsoft finally decided that HTML 5 will become the new standard for Internet Explorer (IE). This standardization of HTML 5 provides a variety of features and increased browser, such as Google, Mozilla and Apple.
‘As part of our future plans, Explorer team have been reviewing the draft of HTML 5 specification. Later we need the feedback and will discuss it, “said Adrian Bateman, program manager of Internet Explorer, as quoted, Monday (10/8/2009) W3C mailing list, published by Softpedia.
Adrian also said he would soon discuss the matter to the public, to get a better development. Related to that IE is now also received support both from Mozilla, the Apple, Google and Opera.
Unlike other browsers, IE 8 has not been support for some components of the draft of HTML 5, such as DOM Store, Cross Document Messaging, Cross Domain Messaging, and Ajax Navigation.