By default, modern browsers assign the new HTML5 elements to
display:block. But also by default, older browsers and most versions of Internet Explorer fall back to
display:inline natively. If you've worked with CSS before, you can see trouble coming a mile away. First thing we're going to do is fix it before it can become a problem.
First, let's identify all the new elements in HTML5. These include:
<embed>- not a new tag, but it finally validates in HTML5
We'll start with our usual ...