Yes, but not many. The small element, which in HTML4 has no semantic value—it just means make the text smaller—is used in HTML5 to markup disclaimers, legal notices and the like—the small print. The anchor element, which creates hyperlinks, can now enclose any other elements excluding other links and buttons. In HTML4, the anchor was strictly an inline element.

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