The W3C unveiled yesterday the official logo of the new version of HTML. It is available under a Creative Commons license.
HTML5 now has a logo. It was unveiled yesterday by the W3C. While the HTML5 specification is not yet finalized, the consortium of Web technology standardization thus takes note of the first level of adoption of the language by browsers and developers.
The logo is intended to be published by websites “using HTML5, CSS, SVG or WOFF elements, and other technologies designed to build next-generation Web applications,” the consortium says. The logo can be downloaded in a variety of formats and is available under a Creative Commons license for easy reuse and distribution.