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The differences between HTML and XHTML have been noted with a new list of deprecated items. Differences between HTML4.01 and HTML5 less so. The following identifies one difference that shall affect numerous sites. It’s images. HTML 4.01 and HTML5 each define <image> in a similar manner. The difference occurs when HTML5 introduces “Embedded Content” which […]

HTML5 ANCHOR DIFFERENCE

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