Re: Element content the real issue?...
> Joe English <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > [...] How about the following
> > as a heuristic to distinguish element content from mixed content:
> > 3. If the only data appearing between two tags is a sequence of
> > lexical SEPCHARs (including RS and RE), then it is deemed
> > insignificant.
> <P><emph>That</emph> <strong>doesn't</strong> work.</P>
> ^-- you lose this space.
Yes: that's an example of a
>> [...] "true" pseudoelement[...]
>> that contain[s] nothing but lexical whitespace
>> [... and would] have to be escaped or entered as references
Are there any other cases where this heuristic fails?