Is HTML5 supported in all browsers?

Is HTML5 supported in all browsers?

HTML5 is the newest specification for HTML, the language that web browsers read to display web pages. Among those features are many enhancements to web forms. Support for HTML5 web form features is improving, but not all web browsers support HTML5 features the same way.

Can I use HTML5 form validation?

The good news is that HTML form validation is supported by all the latest desktop browsers, and most mobile browsers. The bad news is that it is only partially supported in Safari, and isn’t supported at all on iOS Safari, or the default Android browser.

Which browser has the highest support for HTML5 forms?


  • Google Chrome. Chrome version 4 to 60 partially supports HTML5 form features.
  • Mozilla Firefox. Firefox version 2 and 3.6 doesn’t supports HTML5 form features property.
  • Internet Explorer. IE browser version 6 to 9 doesn’t supports.
  • Safari.
  • Microsoft Edge.
  • Opera.

Does Opera use HTML5?

Opera. The Opera web browser, one of the earliest standards-compliant browsers, is a technically solid browser that has never been widely used. If you design your pages with strict compliance in mind, users with Opera have no problems accessing them. Opera has very good HTML5 compliance.

Does Windows 10 have HTML5?

The latest version of Microsoft Edge for Windows 10 Redstone 2 shows new HTML5 support that helps the browser score an impressive 500 out of 555 points on HTML5test. Windows 10 build 14901 is now available for Insiders with PCs enrolled in the Fast ring.

Does Firefox use HTML5?

Firefox doesn’t support HTML5 while other Browsers do.

Does any browser not support HTML5?

Mozilla Firefox browser version 2 doesn’t support HTML5 semantic elements property. Firefox version 2 to 20 partially supports.