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From: Gonzalez, Rose E <RoseEna.Gonzalez@Pearson.com>
Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2012 12:07:30 -0600
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What does it mean when an object property is listed as W3C Standard = "No"? Does this mean it should not be used? It won't always work?


I took quite a while looking for the answer, but could not really find this information. I'm sure it probably means I do not have a broad enough understanding of the HTML DOM itself, but would you possibly be able to steer me in the right direction to the right article or articles that would help me with this question?


Specifically, I am using the "complete" property of the Image Object and I see that it is listed as NOT being a W3C standard.


Thank you, in advance, for any information you can provide.

Rose Ena González
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