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Update regarding obsolete HTML 4 elements in HTML5

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@@ -44,7 +44,7 @@ <h2 id=three>3. It&#8217;s easy to get started</h2>
<p><code>&lt;!DOCTYPE html></code>
</blockquote>
-<p>Upgrading to the <abbr>HTML5</abbr> doctype won&#8217;t break your existing markup, because all the tags defined in HTML 4 are still supported in <abbr>HTML5</abbr>. But it will allow you to use &mdash; and validate &mdash; new semantic elements like <code>&lt;article></code>, <code>&lt;section></code>, <code>&lt;header></code>, and <code>&lt;footer></code>. You&#8217;ll learn all about these new elements in <a href=semantics.html>Chapter 3</a>.
+<p>Upgrading to the <abbr>HTML5</abbr> doctype won&#8217;t break your existing markup, because <a rel=external href=http://www.w3.org/TR/html5-diff/#absent-elements target=_blank>obsolete elements</a> previously defined in HTML 4 will still render in <abbr>HTML5</abbr>. But it will allow you to use &mdash; and validate &mdash; new semantic elements like <code>&lt;article></code>, <code>&lt;section></code>, <code>&lt;header></code>, and <code>&lt;footer></code>. You&#8217;ll learn all about these new elements in <a href=semantics.html>Chapter 3</a>.
<h2 id=four>4. It already works</h2>
@@ -82,4 +82,4 @@ <h4>Did You Know?</h4>
<form action=http://www.google.com/cse><div><input type=hidden name=cx value=017884302975346027366:bgclqh8nvse><input type=hidden name=ie value=UTF-8><input type=search name=q size=25 placeholder="powered by Google&trade;">&nbsp;<input type=submit name=sa value=Search></div></form>
<script src=j/jquery.js></script>
-<script src=j/dih5.js></script>
+<script src=j/dih5.js></script>

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