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[Bug 10197] xml:space is not listed as a global attribute

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--- Comment #3 from Rouven We▀ling <me@rouvenwessling.de>  2010-09-11 10:42:14 ---
While I consider xml:space presentational it is allowed on any element by XML
1.0 (just like xml:lang, which is mentioned). Also it is mentioned as an
attribute in section 8.1.2.3.

So clearly it is a attribute "common to and may be specified on all HTML
elements".

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