It doesn’t. The HTML5 specifications require browser makers to support valid HTML4 web pages. You should update your HTML editing tools when new versions are available. If your web pages require a diet of strict xhtml, you should validate any third-party HTML5 code to one of the xhtml standards before embedding that code into your own pages.

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