DNN 5 & Html 5

My company is using DNN 5.4 and I want to develop modules with html5. Do you think it will work? Do you know good plug in for html5 as well?
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To my knowledge, there are DotNetNuke modules that are compatible with HTML 5, but the site's overall skin is going to determine whether HTML 5 is being used or not. Chances are pretty good that you'll be on an HTML 5 skin nowadays - it's usually easier to implement and so newer skins are going to be using it by default.

There's probably not too many good modules you can create with JUST HTML 5, though. HTML isn't a dynamic programming language like .NET, so you're going to be limited to whatever tags are available inside HTML 5 itself.

I don't understand your second question about "plug-ins for html 5" - HTML doesn't have plugins.
dnn has an html module with it
look at xmod as well

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