The current trendsetter when it comes to web designing goes to what web developers and designers think would give them the expected output that they want. Currently, the introduction of HTML5 and CSS3 seems promising in the field of web designing given how these things aim to improve the compatibility and functionality of the sites.
The design of the website is very much important especially for the part of the viewers or visitors. User-friendly and appealing designs tend to capture the interest of many people. At the same time, it is important that visitors of the page find the site easy to navigate and appears good with whatever browser they used. Browser compatibility seems to trouble many designers especially that some design and background appears distorted and needs rescaling when they opened to other browsers. However, HTML5 seems to provide a way to support CSS3 styling and even has a sophisticated API and integrated features that allow the site to appear more flexible.
HTML5 and CSS3 are also easier to use as they use the same syntax just like their older counterparts or their predecessors. HTML5 can also be written in both HTML and XML syntax and is known to provide better mark up. CSS3, on the other hand, introduces new features and tools that allow designers to style the background and topography of the site without many hassles. Currently, web developers are still on the process to improve new tools and techniques that would surely bring more enjoyment on the web experience of everyone.