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Re: [xml-dev] Never mind the browser, let's do MicroXML

On 18 December 2010 15:54, David Carlisle <davidc@nag.co.uk> wrote:
> On 18/12/2010 14:22, Kurt Cagle wrote:
>> So you end up with problematic elements such as <br/>, which in XML is
>> interpreted as an empty element named "br" with no children, being
>> interpreted in HTML5 as <br></br> as an element with an associated text
>> node, albeit one with a string-length of 0?
> no html5 parses <br/> exactly as if the input had been <br>.
> In either case it parses to make a void element with no child nodes.

Does the problem of an empty element with a style that causes
everything which follows it to have that style been solved?

For example currently with

foo<div style="font-weigh:bold"/>bar

the empty div causes "bar" to be bold.

Andrew Welch

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