A new video element has been introduced in HTML 5 to make video more fluid and responsive.

The video element is a new HTML5 element that has a number of new capabilities.

These new capabilities are useful for users who are not familiar with the basic concepts of HTML5 elements.

The new video elements are: video-pane A new element that can be added to any element.

video-sitemap A new feature that shows all of the video elements within the page.

The element has a class name and a width and height property.

A video element in HTML must have a width of at least 600px and a height of at most 900px.

It is used for the presentation of content on the page and can also be used to hide elements on the screen.

video/sitemaps A new type of element that are used to show all of a video element’s video elements.

They are a part of the elements ‘content area’ that is part of any HTML5 web page.

They can be used for interactive elements such as the video-play button.

video.sitemape The new element has its width and content area widths set to 600px, 900px, or 1000px.

video .sitemapto A new style for the element that is used to add video elements to other elements.

It can be styled using the video attribute.

The following example shows how to add a video-player element to a

For example: The width and the height of the element are set to 300px and 900px respectively.

A new class called video-portrait can be applied to the element.

The width can be a number or a decimal value.

For the video element video-ports is the element’s width and for the player element video ports is the player’s height.

A value of 200px or higher is required for the video player element.

To add a new video-loader element to an element that already has one: The new class loader is applied to both the element and to the player elements width and size attributes.

The content area is now styled using video-navbar to make it appear as if the video is being played.

The player is no longer the only element that gets a video attribute, the video view can now also have the video attributes applied to it.

In this example, the player is styled to be the video content.

The autopav attribute is applied and the autopallow attribute is removed.

The container element is also now styled as if it is being viewed from the video playback view.

The audio and video elements can also have a video property added to them.

The same is true for the audio element.

<audio id="audio" autopave-id="video" audio-rate="250" video="audio/mp3" src="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.android.videocenter.androidplayer.


sml element.

It has a video width of 300px, a video height of 300% and a video autopave property.

It also has a property called autopav and a property named video that allows a user to change the audio and/or video speed.

This property can be changed using the speed property.

The sound element is now a bitmap element.

This is useful for making sound play on the audio device.

The media property can now be used on the element to add audio and sound.

<audio id="media" mute-duration=