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  • <img nosave>

    Was intended to prevent users from downloading an image. Was never a part of the HTML specification, and not widely implemented.
  • <img dynsrc="">

    An early failed attempt to include native video playback in HTML.
  • <img controls>

    Toggled media player controls when used in conjunction with the dynsrc attribute. Both attributes are now deprecated.
  • <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.
  • <img suppress="">

    Used by the now-defunct Netscape browser to suppress the display of image prior to image download completion.
  • <input name="">

    Specifies the name of an input element. The name and value of each input element are included in the HTTP request when the form is submitted.
  • <input checked>

    Specifies whether a checkbox or radio button form input should be checked by default.
  • <input language="">

    Was used to indicate the scripting language used for events triggered by the input.
  • <kbd> HTML Tag

    The <kbd> element is used to identify text that represents user keyboard input. Text surrounded by <kbd> tags is typically displayed in the browser's default monospace font.
  • <legend> HTML Tag

    The <legend> element is used to add a caption to a group of related form <input> elements that have been grouped together into a <fieldset>.
  • <legend align="">

    Was used to specify the placement of the legend element. Deprecated. Use CSS instead.
  • <li> HTML Tag

    The <li> element defines a list item that is part of an ordered and unordered list of items.
  • <li type="">

    Specifies the bullet or numbering style for an individual list item.
  • <li value="">

    Specifies the counter value for a list item within a numbered list.
  • <span> HTML Tag

    The <span> element is the inline equivalent to the block-level <div> element. It is used to select inline content for purely stylistic purposes.
  • <style type="">

    Identifies the type of media contained within a <style> element. However, the only supported value is text/css, so the attribute is not needed.
  • <style media="">

    Identifies the device or media that the styles contained in a <style> are designed to be applied to. Allows CSS styles to be optimized for a variety of devices and media formats.
  • <sub> HTML Tag

    The <sub> element is used to identify characters that should be rendered in a subscript position. The element should be used mark text according to typographical conventions and not stylistic purposes. Text that is to appear subscript for purely stylistic purposes should be styled with CSS.
  • <table align="">

    Was used to align an HTML table to the left, right, or centered relative to the parent element. This attribute has been deprecated and CSS should be used to control the position of a table.
  • <table frame="">

    The frame attribute was used to define the visible borders of a table. It is now deprecated and should no longer be used.
  • <thead> HTML Tag

    The <thead> element is used to identify one or more rows of a table that contain column labels rather than table data.
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