Wix HTML5 Vs Wix Flash

If you are considering using Wix for your next website building adventure then you are going to want to know what the difference may be between HTML5 and Flash.  This has certainly caused a few questions to pop up over the last several months so it will be good for you to have an idea of what is going on in order to decide what is best for you and your needs.

When it comes to being creative it is nice to know that HTML5 will be supported much easier when you are looking at mobile devices.  This is wonderful to know since more and more individuals are using their mobile phones and iPads in order to search the internet and communicate with others.  You will also find that it will be compatible with many of the search engines that are out there such as Chrome and Foxfire and this is nice as well.  Do you want to be able to draw and play videos?  Have you considered doing this on your site in the past but you were not really sure what you were getting into?  Well, with HTML5 there is no reason for you to worry about this anymore.

Now, none of this means that you should not use flash at all.  In fact, many individuals are going to find that they have been video support when they are using flash.  You will also see that flash is more developed and the developers are going to be able to help you a lot more because they have more experience.  If you are looking for audio recordings along with webcams then you will certainly need to consider using flash.

If you take some time to look at the following screen shots you will see that the pictures are very clear and this site template was found on Wix.  It was an HTML5 site because that is what they have now and you can see just how clear and defined the picture was.  You can also see just how easy it is to make changes and revisions to your site with this site builder.  Finally, if you look at the third picture you can see that there were three different videos playing at one time.  These pictures are very clear as well.  I was pleased with this and I would use HTML5 if it was going to work that well.  In the end it will depend on what you are looking for and what you want your site to do and the look that you want to create.

 

 

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