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RE: bug in handling </p> inside <table>

From: Parsons, Rick <rick.parsons@eds.com>
Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2000 08:47:36 +0100
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To: "'html-tidy@w3.org'" <html-tidy@w3.org>
I can see Stuart's point that P is not allowed in TABLE but if he is right
in listing the only things allowed within a TABLE, why doesn't Tidy insert
the TBODY where it is needed rather than let the browser imply it which
always seems to be a dangerous thing to do?


Rick Parsons

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-----Original Message-----
From: Stuart Updegrave [mailto:supde@microsoft.com]
Sent: 24 July 2000 18:31
To: 'Tung Mansfield'; 'html-tidy@w3.org'
Subject: RE: bug in handling </p> inside <table>

Tung -- your HTML is at fault, according to the HTML specification: 

11.2.1 The TABLE element


Those are the only allowed child elements of TABLE. Note that most TBODY was
introduced after the original implementations of TABLE, so most browsers
imply an TBODY if they see TABLE - TR without containing TBODY. 

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