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The tag does not exist. If you try to validate a page that uses <image> you will get errors. When browsers render an HTML page, they try to fix it up when they encounter errors. When they see <image> they are assuming you meant to use <img>. In fact, I'll bet that if you inspect the element using Firebug for FireFox or Chrome's developer tools you'll see that the browsers have changed the tag to <img>.

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Not realy! Short names should be written in full & long once, abbreviated or they find another word for it.in HTML5, there're: <audio> and <video> tags, there is nothing wrong with having <image> tag. Tag like <section>, ll be easier for beginners to remenber than <div>. like the <q> tag can be written in full as <quote> & <b> tag as <bold>...This is just my own view, but i dont know about others.

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hi to all!I don't know if this is new or maybe someone may have ask this already. I'm kinda new here, and I was searching for a topic on image problems.Hope it is fine posting it here.well, here's the thing, I encountered a problem with displaying an image using the firefox browser, the image was blurry using firefox but is working fine with IE, and chrome. I wonder what the problem may be. please anyone. thanks in advance!

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you mean as in image.ico? well, if it's not well supported by a browser (in the <img> tag), than that would be considered a disadvantage. I've never tried using a .ico file in an image tag before.

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I tried
<image src='img.png'/>

an it actually works fine in all my browsers (opera, green browser, M-firefox, internet explorer). Anything to say about this? I thought no such tag exist, but <img>!

As far as I know, the X HTML concepts and principles does not allow certain ways of codes with their validator and will produce errors.But functional-wise it maybe working yet unaccepted. it's more like being LEGAL yet UNETHICAL if you know what I mean.
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Not realy! Short names should be written in full & long once, abbreviated or they find another word for it.in HTML5, there're: <audio> and <video> tags, there is nothing wrong with having <image> tag. Tag like <section>, ll be easier for beginners to remenber than <div>. like the <q> tag can be written in full as <quote> & <b> tag as <bold>...This is just my own view, but i dont know about others.
lol,.
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