3.5. Absent Elements
The elements in this section are not to be used by authors. User agents will still have to support them and various sections in HTML5 define how. E.g. the obsolete isindex element is handled by the parser section.
The following elements are not in HTML5 because their effect is purely presentational and their function is better handled by CSS:
The following elements are not in HTML5 because their usage affected usability and accessibility for the end user in a negative way:
In addition, HTML5 has none of the presentational attributes that were in HTML4 as their functions are better handled by CSS:
* align attribute on caption, iframe, img, input, object, legend, table, hr, div, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, p, col, colgroup, tbody, td, tfoot, th, thead and tr.
* alink, link, text and vlink attributes on body.
* background attribute on body.
* bgcolor attribute on table, tr, td, th and body.
* border attribute on table and object.
* cellpadding and cellspacing attributes on table.
* char and charoff attributes on col, colgroup, tbody, td, tfoot, th, thead and tr.
* clear attribute on br.
* compact attribute on dl, menu, ol and ul.
* frame attribute on table.
* frameborder attribute on iframe.
* height attribute on td and th.
* hspace and vspace attributes on img and object.
* marginheight and marginwidth attributes on iframe.
* noshade attribute on hr.
* nowrap attribute on td and th.
* rules attribute on table.
* scrolling attribute on iframe.
* size attribute on hr.
* type attribute on li, ol and ul.
* valign attribute on col, colgroup, tbody, td, tfoot, th, thead and tr.
* width attribute on hr, table, td, th, col, colgroup and pre.