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[Bug 10419] <video> should allow muted as a content attribute

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--- Comment #11 from Ian 'Hixie' Hickson <ian@hixie.ch> 2010-10-15 18:46:40 UTC ---
> And of <audio>, I presume? <audio audio=muted> is a bit weird, but volume and
> pitch control is not.

For now I'll pass on the default volume control and won't add it to <audio>,
but yeah, if this turns out to be a useful feature then we can extend it to
volume and add it to <audio>.


> Having both "off" and "muted" seems unnecessary, just "muted" would do.

Ok, I'll skip "off" for now. I think it has some use cases (e.g. if you just
want an animated background video and don't want the user to be able to enable
the audio accidentally), but it can wait.


> It seems mostly OK to me, but are there other cases of multiple related
> keywords being space-separated and put in the same attribute?

Yeah, there's quite a few, e.g. rel="", class="", sandbox="", sizes="",
itemprop="", accesskey=""...

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