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Re: Tidy's handling of <noscript>

From: Fred Bone <Fred.Bone@dial.pipex.com>
Date: Mon, 20 Aug 2001 17:43:29 +0100
To: html-tidy@w3.org
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On 20 Aug 2001, at 9:44, Valen wrote: 

> Hi All,
> 
> Thanks for the several replies.
> 
> It is not my intent to disparage Tidy; it is truly a swell piece
> of work.  I am simply inquiring about a particular behavior.  I
> guess I had in mind an alternate approach.  It's appropriate that
> <noscript> or any other element that ought not occur in <head> be
> placed in <body>. But why should the head-licit <script> tag
> suffer the same fate? To put it differently, why not process all
> <head> tags, moving to <body> those that are illicit while leaving
> in place those that are licit? 

Because Tidy isn't *moving* items at all. It finds a tag that (by the 
rules of HTML) implies the end of <head> and the start of <body>, and 
inserts the omitted tags. 
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