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From: Simon Pieters via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2012 14:28:42 +0000
To: public-html-commits@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1TCWss-0004ar-NR@lionel-hutz.w3.org>
Update of /sources/public/html5/html4-differences
In directory hutz:/tmp/cvs-serv17600

Modified Files:
	Overview.html Overview.src.html TR.html 
Log Message:
add some <p>s

Index: TR.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /sources/public/html5/html4-differences/TR.html,v
retrieving revision 1.1
retrieving revision 1.2
diff -u -d -r1.1 -r1.2
--- TR.html	14 Sep 2012 14:26:22 -0000	1.1
+++ TR.html	14 Sep 2012 14:28:40 -0000	1.2
@@ -391,33 +391,33 @@
     <p>There are a few other changes in the HTML syntax worthy of mentioning:</p>
 
     <ul>
-     <li>The <code>&amp;lang;</code> and <code>&amp;rang;</code> named character
+     <li><p>The <code>&amp;lang;</code> and <code>&amp;rang;</code> named character
      references now expand to U+27E8 and U+27E9 instead of U+2329 and U+232A,
      respectively.
      
-     <li>Many new named character references have been added, including all from
+     <li><p>Many new named character references have been added, including all from
      MathML.
      
-     <li>Void elements (known as "EMPTY" in HTML4) are allowed to have a
+     <li><p>Void elements (known as "EMPTY" in HTML4) are allowed to have a
      trailing slash.
      
-     <li>The ampersand (<code>&amp;</code>) may be left unescaped in some more
+     <li><p>The ampersand (<code>&amp;</code>) may be left unescaped in some more
      cases compared to HTML4.
      
-     <li>Attributes have to be separated by at least one whitespace character.
+     <li><p>Attributes have to be separated by at least one whitespace character.
      
-     <li>Attributes with an empty value may be written as just the attribute
+     <li><p>Attributes with an empty value may be written as just the attribute
      name omitting the equals sign and the value, even if it's not a boolean
      attribute. (HTML4 actually allowed using only the attribute
      <em>value</em> and omitting the attribute name, for enumerated attributes,
      but this was not supported in browsers.)
      
-     <li>Attributes omitting quotes for the value are allowed to use a larger
+     <li><p>Attributes omitting quotes for the value are allowed to use a larger
      set of characters compared to HTML4.
      
-     <li>The <code>optgroup</code> end tag is now optional.
+     <li><p>The <code>optgroup</code> end tag is now optional.
      
-     <li>The <code>colgroup</code> start tag is now optional and is inferred by
+     <li><p>The <code>colgroup</code> start tag is now optional and is inferred by
      the HTML parser.
     </ul>
 

Index: Overview.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /sources/public/html5/html4-differences/Overview.html,v
retrieving revision 1.191
retrieving revision 1.192
diff -u -d -r1.191 -r1.192
--- Overview.html	14 Sep 2012 14:26:22 -0000	1.191
+++ Overview.html	14 Sep 2012 14:28:40 -0000	1.192
@@ -386,33 +386,33 @@
     <p>There are a few other changes in the HTML syntax worthy of mentioning:</p>
 
     <ul>
-     <li>The <code>&amp;lang;</code> and <code>&amp;rang;</code> named character
+     <li><p>The <code>&amp;lang;</code> and <code>&amp;rang;</code> named character
      references now expand to U+27E8 and U+27E9 instead of U+2329 and U+232A,
      respectively.
      
-     <li>Many new named character references have been added, including all from
+     <li><p>Many new named character references have been added, including all from
      MathML.
      
-     <li>Void elements (known as "EMPTY" in HTML4) are allowed to have a
+     <li><p>Void elements (known as "EMPTY" in HTML4) are allowed to have a
      trailing slash.
      
-     <li>The ampersand (<code>&amp;</code>) may be left unescaped in some more
+     <li><p>The ampersand (<code>&amp;</code>) may be left unescaped in some more
      cases compared to HTML4.
      
-     <li>Attributes have to be separated by at least one whitespace character.
+     <li><p>Attributes have to be separated by at least one whitespace character.
      
-     <li>Attributes with an empty value may be written as just the attribute
+     <li><p>Attributes with an empty value may be written as just the attribute
      name omitting the equals sign and the value, even if it's not a boolean
      attribute. (HTML4 actually allowed using only the attribute
      <em>value</em> and omitting the attribute name, for enumerated attributes,
      but this was not supported in browsers.)
      
-     <li>Attributes omitting quotes for the value are allowed to use a larger
+     <li><p>Attributes omitting quotes for the value are allowed to use a larger
      set of characters compared to HTML4.
      
-     <li>The <code>optgroup</code> end tag is now optional.
+     <li><p>The <code>optgroup</code> end tag is now optional.
      
-     <li>The <code>colgroup</code> start tag is now optional and is inferred by
+     <li><p>The <code>colgroup</code> start tag is now optional and is inferred by
      the HTML parser.
     </ul>
 

Index: Overview.src.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /sources/public/html5/html4-differences/Overview.src.html,v
retrieving revision 1.205
retrieving revision 1.206
diff -u -d -r1.205 -r1.206
--- Overview.src.html	14 Sep 2012 14:19:03 -0000	1.205
+++ Overview.src.html	14 Sep 2012 14:28:40 -0000	1.206
@@ -341,33 +341,33 @@
     <p>There are a few other changes in the HTML syntax worthy of mentioning:</p>
 
     <ul>
-     <li>The <code>&amp;lang;</code> and <code>&amp;rang;</code> named character
+     <li><p>The <code>&amp;lang;</code> and <code>&amp;rang;</code> named character
      references now expand to U+27E8 and U+27E9 instead of U+2329 and U+232A,
      respectively.
      
-     <li>Many new named character references have been added, including all from
+     <li><p>Many new named character references have been added, including all from
      MathML.
      
-     <li>Void elements (known as "EMPTY" in HTML4) are allowed to have a
+     <li><p>Void elements (known as "EMPTY" in HTML4) are allowed to have a
      trailing slash.
      
-     <li>The ampersand (<code>&amp;</code>) may be left unescaped in some more
+     <li><p>The ampersand (<code>&amp;</code>) may be left unescaped in some more
      cases compared to HTML4.
      
-     <li>Attributes have to be separated by at least one whitespace character.
+     <li><p>Attributes have to be separated by at least one whitespace character.
      
-     <li>Attributes with an empty value may be written as just the attribute
+     <li><p>Attributes with an empty value may be written as just the attribute
      name omitting the equals sign and the value, even if it's not a boolean
      attribute. (HTML4 actually allowed using only the attribute
      <em>value</em> and omitting the attribute name, for enumerated attributes,
      but this was not supported in browsers.)
      
-     <li>Attributes omitting quotes for the value are allowed to use a larger
+     <li><p>Attributes omitting quotes for the value are allowed to use a larger
      set of characters compared to HTML4.
      
-     <li>The <code>optgroup</code> end tag is now optional.
+     <li><p>The <code>optgroup</code> end tag is now optional.
      
-     <li>The <code>colgroup</code> start tag is now optional and is inferred by
+     <li><p>The <code>colgroup</code> start tag is now optional and is inferred by
      the HTML parser.
     </ul>
 
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