Bing begins roll out of HTML5-enhanced search interface


Internet search engine Bing has released the HTML5-and-CSS3-improved search interface. It was created as a way to showcase the ability of Internet Explorer 9 and it’s prepared for download for everyone who needs it.

The newest interface has lots of brand new attributes; the most newsworthy is the simple page transition (disappearing in and outside) and the all-new navigation tabs for maps, pictures, videos, as well as other types of content. All these now float on top of the internet search engine. WinRumors can also be reporting that a fresh attribute, which resembles Google Immediate search, was made and will be added to Bing.

Or all you have to do is wait several days until the MIX 2011, Microsoft’s Web developer summit, is held. It’s going to be on that occasion that’s where the Bing UI that is new is formally established.

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