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HTML 5 - the fuzz

There is a big and justified interest from the web community about the changes introduced in HTML 5 and in the last weeks I'm frequently receiving a lot of questions and requests about this topic. In this post I want to illustrate a quick roundup of some point of interest about the use of lists in HTML 5.
How you know HTML has three types of lists:

    , unordered list - 
      , ordered list - 
      , definition list The HTML 
    1.  tag defines a list item and is used in both 
           tags define a definition term and the related description in a definition list. These tags are all supported in HTML 5 version but there are some little changes in their attributes, in particular:
              the attribute compact and type are not longer supported in HTML 5 (you have to use CSS instead).

            1. the attribute type, which specifies the type of the list, is not longer supported in HTML 5 (you have to use CSS instead).
              The attribute value, which defines the value of the first item of the list, is not longer deprecated and can be only used with the 
          Unordered list for navigation bar Another lists-related question is about the structure of the navigation bar of a website with the introduction of the new 

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