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[Bug 7475] Semantics of rel=first and rel=index breaks specs and implementations

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--- Comment #2 from Leif Halvard Silli <xn--mlform-iua@xn--mlform-iua.no>  2009-09-02 23:30:52 ---
Alexandre Alapetite informs about how "Link Widgets" implements "first",
"index" etc:


The "XHTML Vocabulary" 


The XHTML vocabulary has "last" as the opposite of "start". This contradicts
how "last" is interpreted in Opera, Seamonkey and iCab, where "first" and
"last" are opposites without "start" and "first" being the same thing. However,
the XHTML Vocab is here seemingly in line with the HTML 5 draft with regard to
how it treats "first" and "start" as synonyms.

But XHTML Vocab and the current draft still disagrees about "index".

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