Deprecated Elements (to avoid using)

The following elements listed are all deprecated, meaning that they have been removed in later revisions of standards. Their use should now be avoided, but in most cases these elements are still well supported. Note that plaintext and xmp, were removed between HTML3.2 and HTML4 and are classed as ‘obsolete’ (they do not show as ‘deprecated in HTML4.01’, they are simply not shown).

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