Category: Deprecated

  • Invalid HTML

    Applets, frames, acronyms, and the use of tables for page layout are just a few of the invalid HTML practices covered in this tutorial.
  • Frames

    Frames tutorial and complete description of HTML tags for frames. Includes examples of different frames techniques.

    Frames allow you to divide the page into several rectangular areas and

  • Applets

    Learn about Java applets, why not to use them, and how to transition Java-powered content to languages and frameworks supported by modern browsers.
  • <xmp> HTML Tag

    The <xmp> element was used to surround HTML example text that should be rendered without interpreting any HTML elements between the opening and closing <xmp> tags. The element was deprecated in HTML 3.2 and is now obsolete.
  • <img start=””>

    Was used in conjunction with the dynsrc attribute to add a video that would load in supported browsers in the place of the image that would otherwise be displayed.
  • <plaintext> HTML Tag

    The <plaintext> element was used to render HTML code as plain text. Since everything after the opening tag was rendered as plain text, there was no closing <plaintext> tag. This element is obsolete and should not be used. Instead, use the <code> or <pre> elements.
  • <img name=””>

    Identified the image or provided additional information about it. Deprecated in HTML 4.0 in favor of other attributes.
  • <img suppress=””>

    Used by the now-defunct Netscape browser to suppress the display of image prior to image download completion.
  • <select readonly>

    OIOpublisher <readonly> is not valid in HTML. Use the disabled attribute. Claire Broadley Claire is an HTML enthusiast.… Read More...
  • <img align=””>

    Was previously used to specify the alignment and placement of an image relative to the surrounding text. It has been deprecated and should not be used.