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[Bug 9830] When describing the type attribute, the charset sentence makes the following sentence ambiguous

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Date: Wed, 02 Jun 2010 11:43:56 +0000
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--- Comment #1 from Oli Studholme <w3.org@boblet.net>  2010-06-02 11:43:56 ---
It currently says:

"The type attribute gives the styling language. If the attribute is present,
its value must be a valid MIME type that designates a styling language. The
charset parameter must not be specified. The default, which is used if the
attribute is absent, is "text/css". [RFC2318]"

either the final sentence should start "The default type", or the charset
sentence should be moved to last:

"The type attribute gives the styling language. If the attribute is present,
its value must be a valid MIME type that designates a styling language. The
default, which is used if the attribute is absent, is "text/css". [RFC2318] The
charset parameter must not be specified."

HTH

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