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[Bug 7724] I would like to know: what is to become of the A element’s NAME attribute? I validated a HTML5 website that I am working this Wednesday (2009-09-23) which contained an A element with a NAME attribute: the W3C Markup Validator did not mind one bit. Howe

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--- Comment #3 from Jordan Clark <mail@jdclark.org>  2009-09-28 17:47:51 ---
@Simon:

Thank you for your reply. Somehow, I overlooked the <a
href="http://www.w3.org/TR/html5/Overview.html#warnings-for-obsolete-but-conforming-features">the
relevant part of the spec</a>.

I'll take your advice on filing a bug with the W3C Validator. Thanks again!


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