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[Bug 11198] Heading structure(h1-h6) rigidity makes it very hard to reuse content

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--- Comment #6 from Simon Pieters <simonp@opera.com> 2010-11-02 18:44:08 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #5)
> The meaning is context-dependent, just like <h> would be.
> 
> Again, the only reason <h1> is being used instead of <h> is to avoid creating a
> new tag when we have a perfectly good tag for this already.  Yes, the "1" is
> irrelevant; one could have use <hx> or <hy> or <h9> (but not any of the
> existing h2-h6, since those mean something different at toplevel from what we
> want the "heading" tag to mean.

As it happens, h2-h6 are fine too per spec.

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