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[Bug 8560] Define HTMLElement.style as ElementCSSInlineStyle.style (CSSOM)? [ms]

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--- Comment #2 from Anne <annevk@opera.com>  2010-01-31 23:30:06 ---
Originally this used to be in DOM Level 2 Style as "ElementCSSInlineStyle" but
since it is a content attribute it does make somewhat more sense to be in the
HTML specification I think, though the line is blurry.

Let me be constructive and say that it royally sucks we have three markup
language specifications with a style attribute, a CSS specification defining
the concept of the style attribute which the markup languages are supposed to
use (though it just went to Last Call and the markup languages existed like
forever), the markup languages defining part of the DOM interface because the
CSS specification does not touch that, and the CSSOM defining some more of the
DOM interface. Yay for modularity I guess.


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