HTML5 for ASP.NET Developers: Listing 1.

A Master Page in HTML5.

<body>
  <form runat="server">
    <header>
    A Sample HTML5 Page
    </header>
    <section>
      <nav>
        <menu id="navmenu">
          <command onclick="showAbout()">About</command>
          <command onclick="showHome()">Home</command>
        </menu>        
      </nav>
    </section> 
    <section> 
      <asp:ContentPlaceHolder ID="MainContent" runat="server"/>
    </section> 
    <footer contextmenu="navmenu">
    Written by Peter Vogel
    </footer>
   </form>
</body>

About the Author

Peter Varhol is the executive editor, reviews of Redmond magazine and has more than 20 years of experience as a software developer, software product manager and technology writer. He has graduate degrees in computer science and mathematics, and has taught both subjects at the university level.

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