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[Bug 10063] When is it ever possible for the last table element to have a parent who is not an element?

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--- Comment #2 from Eric Seidel <eric@webkit.org>  2010-07-02 08:18:21 ---
Furthermore, this part of that paragraph is ambiguous:

If the foster parent element is the parent element of the last table element in
the stack of open elements, then node must be inserted immediately before the
last table element in the stack of open elements in the foster parent
element...

Two readings:

1. node must be inserted immediately before
the-last-table-element-in-the-stack-of-open-elements.
and
2. node must be inserted in the stack of open elements, immediately before
the-last-table-element.

I'm assuming you meant reading #1.

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