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[Bug 8936] A summary table of the types of content and what elements belong to each would be helpful

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--- Comment #3 from Yehuda Katz <wycats@gmail.com>  2010-02-17 10:11:16 ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> Do you have any suggestions for what these tables should look like? I'm not
> sure how best to present this information.
> 

A table with three columns would work: category, elements, exceptions.

For instance, the "flow content" category would have "Flow Content", followed
by:

a abbr address area article aside audio b bdo blockquote br button canvas cite
code command datalist del details dfn div dl em embed fieldset figure footer
form h1 h2 h3 h4 h5 h6 header hgroup hr i iframe img input ins kbd keygen label
link map mark math menu meta  meter nav noscript object ol output p pre
progress q ruby samp script section select small span strong style sub sup svg
table textarea time ul var video text

Followed by:

area (only when a descendent of the map property), link (only when the itemprop
property is present), style (only when the scoped property is present).

I chose Flow Content to illustrate, because it is complex, but most of the
sections are limited to a few elements, and table presentation would be helpful
(imho).


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