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From: Ian Hickson via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 16 Feb 2010 08:54:16 +0000
To: public-html-commits@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1NhJCC-00060d-K4@lionel-hutz.w3.org>
Update of /sources/public/html5/spec
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv23051

Modified Files:
	Overview.html 
Log Message:
Clarify some terms like 'home subtree' by moving some things around and adding some more explanatory text in terms of the other terms defined. (whatwg r4750)

Index: Overview.html
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RCS file: /sources/public/html5/spec/Overview.html,v
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retrieving revision 1.3798
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--- Overview.html	16 Feb 2010 08:50:23 -0000	1.3797
+++ Overview.html	16 Feb 2010 08:54:12 -0000	1.3798
@@ -1686,19 +1686,22 @@
   node itself if it has no ancestors. When the node is a part of the
   document, then the node's <a href="#root-element">root element</a> is indeed the
   document's root element; however, if the node is not currently part
-  of the document tree, the root element will be an orphaned node.<p>A node's <dfn id="home-subtree">home subtree</dfn> is the subtree rooted at that
-  node's <a href="#root-element">root element</a>.<p>The <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code> of a <code>Node</code> (such as an
-  element) is the <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code> that the <code>Node</code>'s
-  <code title="">ownerDocument</code> IDL attribute returns.<p>When an element's <a href="#root-element">root element</a> is the <a href="#root-element">root
-  element</a> of a <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code>, it is said to be <dfn id="in-a-document">in
-  a <code>Document</code></dfn>. An element is said to have been <dfn id="insert-an-element-into-a-document" title="insert an element into a document">inserted into a
+  of the document tree, the root element will be an orphaned node.<p>When an element's <a href="#root-element">root element</a> is the root element
+  of a <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code>, it is said to be <dfn id="in-a-document">in a
+  <code>Document</code></dfn>. An element is said to have been <dfn id="insert-an-element-into-a-document" title="insert an element into a document">inserted into a
   document</dfn> when its <a href="#root-element">root element</a> changes and is now
   the document's <a href="#root-element">root element</a>. Analogously, an element is
   said to have been <dfn id="remove-an-element-from-a-document" title="remove an element from a
   document">removed from a document</dfn> when its <a href="#root-element">root
   element</a> changes from being the document's <a href="#root-element">root
-  element</a> to being another element.<p>If a <code>Node</code> is <a href="#in-a-document">in a <code>Document</code></a>
-  then that <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code> is always the <code>Node</code>'s
+  element</a> to being another element.<p>A node's <dfn id="home-subtree">home subtree</dfn> is the subtree rooted at that
+  node's <a href="#root-element">root element</a>. When a node is <a href="#in-a-document">in a
+  <code>Document</code></a>, its <a href="#home-subtree">home subtree</a> is that
+  <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code>'s tree.<p>The <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code> of a <code>Node</code> (such as an
+  element) is the <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code> that the <code>Node</code>'s
+  <code title="">ownerDocument</code> IDL attribute returns. When a
+  <code>Node</code> is <a href="#in-a-document">in a <code>Document</code></a> then
+  that <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code> is always the <code>Node</code>'s
   <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code>, and the <code>Node</code>'s <code title="">ownerDocument</code> IDL attribute thus always returns that
   <code><a href="#document">Document</a></code>.<p>The term <dfn id="tree-order">tree order</dfn> means a pre-order, depth-first
   traversal of DOM nodes involved (through the <code title="">parentNode</code>/<code title="">childNodes</code>
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