01 Jan '18, 8pm

Obsolete Features in HTML5

I think what will be determining will be what the browsers support and render. I remember during the browser wars of the 90's, W3C standards were irrelevant unfortunately. IE support was the "standard ". Sometimes I wonder about W3C. It's good to have standards I guess. I checked a few of their pages and they aren't HTML5 and they contains real errors not just warnings. The page above describing the obsolete tags is like this. Go figure. Item 13.2 Non-conforming features states : Elements in the following list are entirely obsolete, and must not be used by authors: frame, frameset, noframes, and big are on the list. Then in 13.3 Requirements for implementations section 13.3.3 tells you how frames and framesets are used So some bright person(s) at W3C decided to drop the <big tag... but kept the <small, <strong, <cite, <code, and <em which logically are of the same idea. To...

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