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Old 17. Oct 2013, 04:24 PM   #5 (permalink)
Joe A.TT
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Melita, you can read more about HTML5 here. At the risk of sounding n00b, I don't think it can be downloaded like Adobe Flash Player. It's the newest version of HTML and it's more a matter of whether the audio and video content on the website you are viewing was created in HTML5 and whether your browser supports it. As far as I'm aware, most modern browsers support HTML5. Could someone more knowledgeable correct me if I'm wrong?
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