From Web Education Community Group
-- UPDATE: 17th August 2011 - update done. One thing I haven't added is coverage of the
headers attribute. While this is still part of the spec, despite being removed and added back in a couple of times in the history of HTML5, I think we shoujld leave it out of here, as it is an advanced feature that is unlikely to be useful to beginners. I've never used it, in my 14 years of coding HTML. (comment by Chris)
-- NOT MANY UPDATES NEEDED
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