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4.List the six basic rules needed to create syntactically correct HTML5 code and briefly describe each one.
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PTS:1REF:19-215.What are the five steps involved in migrating from HTML to HTML5? Briefly describe each step.
2. Evaluate existing presentation information: How much of your code includes obsolete elements suchas <font> and obsolete attributes such as “bgcolor,” “face,” and “size”? On many sites, this informa-tion can make up as much as 50 percent of the existing code. Start thinking about how you can expressthese characteristics in CSS.3. Create coding conventions: Create coding conventions and follow them throughout the site. Make sure that new content added to the site follows the new coding and CSS standards.The more you stan-dardize, the easier your maintenance chores become.4. Start using CSS: Start by building simple style sheets that express basic characteristics such as page colors, font family, and font size. Consider using more advanced CSS options such as classes that al-low you to name and standardize the various styles for your site. As you build style rules, start to re-move the existing display information in the site.5. Test for backward compatibility: Remember to test in older browsers to make sure that your content is legible and readable. Test carefully with your CSS style rules to make sure that they are supported inolder browsers.PTS:1REF:33

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