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HTML5 Introduction

  • HTML5 is not as yet an official standard
  • Browsers do not fully support HTML5, but are constantly adding HTML5 features

Tags removed from HTML5

Most of the tags that are not supported by HTML5 are not likely to be used by a biggerner. One exception is the <big> tag  which is used by the KompoZer editor and therefore T183 students.Use a CSS style example
<span style="font-size: 16px; " This text is larger</span>
adjust the actual size as required

<acronym>  
<applet>  
<basefont>  
<big> Used by the KompoZer editor and therefore T183 students. Use a CSS style. Example
<span style="font-size: 16px; " This text is larger</span>
adjust the actual size as required
<center>  
<dir>  
<font>  
<frame>  
<frameset>  
<noframes>  
<strike>  
<tt>

Renders as teletype text

<u>  
<xmp>  

Table & Cell Attributes

Many of the table and / or cell attributes are not supportted. CSS must be used instead.

None supported attributes include:

border, bgcolour, height, width,