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HTML5 replaces both HTML4 and XHTML. HTML 4, which was introduced in 1997, separated content from formatting by deprecating tags like
u and attributes like
width in favor of corresponding CSS properties. This allowed for big gains in accessibility and much easier, more semantic mark up (e.g., table-less layout). XHTML, which became a W3C Recommendation in 2000, set a strict set of XML-based rules for tagging HTML. Despite the many benefits of XML, XHTML was not embraced by web developers and recognizing this, the designers of HTML5 decided to take a more flexible approach. For example, unlike XHTML, HTML5 is not case sensitive, does not require tags to be closed, and does not require quotes around attribute values. HTML5 introduces many new features including:
contenteditableattribute for making web content editable in the browser
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