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Safari HTML5 Support

Are you running Safari on your iOS, Mac or Windows? Are you concerned about Safari HTML5 support? Great news for you as the latest Safari provides excellent support to HTML5 video and HTML5 audio.

HTML5 Safari Support and Compatibility

HTML5 Safari Support for Video/Audio Elements

In fact, Safari was the first web browser to support HTML5 audio and video elements, which work without browser plug-ins. Today, most videos are shown through a plug-in (like flash). However HTML5 new tags and elements make the video delivery much easier than ever before. Webmasters can now deliver their rich, interactive media as easily as they deliver images.

The latest version of Apple’s Safari web browser supports web standards including HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript. These web standards are open, reliable, highly secure, and efficient. They are not the add-ons to the web, they are the web itself. Safari 5 provides excellent HTML5 support. No html5 safari extension will need to be installed as long as you have the latest Sarafi web browser. It doesn’t matter if you are on iOS, Mac OS X or Windows, with the latest Safari 5 it easy to deliver online audio and video. See also iOS 5 HTML5 Support.

If you are on an old version of the Safari browser and lose the html5 video safari compatibility, you can simply upgrade your browser. It is easy and it is free of charge.

HTML5 audio and video elements come with a rich scripting API for controlling media playback, and – since these elements are just like any other HTML element — they can be styled and animated with CSS.

Safari HTML5 support is not limited to audio and video elements, Safari 5 supports also offline storage, and other HTML5 features make it easy for developers to deliver rich, interactive media experiences natively within the browser, without the need for proprietary technologies, just play Safari HTML5 video or Safari HTML5 audio directly from your browser.

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