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From: Ian Hickson via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2011 23:37:02 +0000
To: public-html-commits@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1R6spC-0002L9-F1@lionel-hutz.w3.org>
Update of /sources/public/html5/spec
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv8979

Modified Files:
	Overview.html 
Log Message:
Make size and maxlength conforming on type=number for now. (fixing r6413 better) (whatwg r6565)

Index: Overview.html
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RCS file: /sources/public/html5/spec/Overview.html,v
retrieving revision 1.5258
retrieving revision 1.5259
diff -u -d -r1.5258 -r1.5259
--- Overview.html	22 Sep 2011 23:23:27 -0000	1.5258
+++ Overview.html	22 Sep 2011 23:36:57 -0000	1.5259
@@ -67130,11 +67130,14 @@
   be equal to the element's <a href="#concept-id" title="concept-id">ID</a>. In
   earlier versions of the language, this attribute was intended as a
   way to specify possible targets for fragment identifiers in <a href="#url" title="URL">URLs</a>. The <code title="attr-id"><a href="#the-id-attribute">id</a></code>
-  attribute should be used instead.</p><p>Authors should not specify the <code title="attr-input-maxlength"><a href="#attr-input-maxlength">maxlength</a></code> attribute on
-  <code><a href="#the-input-element">input</a></code> elements whose <code title="attr-input-type"><a href="#attr-input-type">type</a></code> attribute is in the <a href="#number-state" title="attr-input-type-number">Number</a> state. One valid reason
-  for using the attribute regardless is to help legacy user agents
-  that do not support <code><a href="#the-input-element">input</a></code> elements with <code title="">type="number"</code> to still render the text field with a
-  useful width.<p class="note">In <a href="#syntax">the HTML syntax</a>, specifying a <a href="#syntax-doctype" title="syntax-DOCTYPE">DOCTYPE</a> that is an <a href="#obsolete-permitted-doctype">obsolete
+  attribute should be used instead.</p><p>Authors should not, but may despite requirements to the contrary
+  elsewhere in this specification, specify the <code title="attr-input-maxlength"><a href="#attr-input-maxlength">maxlength</a></code> and <code title="attr-input-size"><a href="#attr-input-size">size</a></code> attributes on <code><a href="#the-input-element">input</a></code>
+  elements whose <code title="attr-input-type"><a href="#attr-input-type">type</a></code> attributes
+  are in the <a href="#number-state" title="attr-input-type-number">Number</a> state.
+  One valid reason for using these attributes regardless is to help
+  legacy user agents that do not support <code><a href="#the-input-element">input</a></code> elements
+  with <code title="">type="number"</code> to still render the text
+  field with a useful width.<p class="note">In <a href="#syntax">the HTML syntax</a>, specifying a <a href="#syntax-doctype" title="syntax-DOCTYPE">DOCTYPE</a> that is an <a href="#obsolete-permitted-doctype">obsolete
   permitted DOCTYPE</a> will also trigger a warning.<div class="impl">
 
   <h4 id="warnings-for-obsolete-but-conforming-features"><span class="secno">11.1.1 </span>Warnings for obsolete but conforming features</h4>
@@ -67168,8 +67171,11 @@
    attribute on an <code><a href="#the-a-element">a</a></code> element, if its value is not the
    empty string.</li>
 
-   <li><p>The presence of a <code title="attr-input-maxlength"><a href="#attr-input-maxlength">maxlength</a></code> attribute on
-   an <code><a href="#the-input-element">input</a></code> element whose <code title="attr-input-type"><a href="#attr-input-type">type</a></code> attribute is in the <a href="#number-state" title="attr-input-type-number">Number</a> state.</li>
+   <li><p>The presence of a <code title="attr-input-maxlength"><a href="#attr-input-maxlength">maxlength</a></code> attribute on an
+   <code><a href="#the-input-element">input</a></code> element whose <code title="attr-input-type"><a href="#attr-input-type">type</a></code> attribute is in the <a href="#number-state" title="attr-input-type-number">Number</a> state.</li>
+
+   <li><p>The presence of a <code title="attr-input-size"><a href="#attr-input-size">size</a></code> attribute on an
+   <code><a href="#the-input-element">input</a></code> element whose <code title="attr-input-type"><a href="#attr-input-type">type</a></code> attribute is in the <a href="#number-state" title="attr-input-type-number">Number</a> state.</li>
 
   </ul><p>Conformance checkers must distinguish between pages that have no
   conformance errors and have none of these obsolete features, and
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