In HTML 4, <object> is allowed as a child of <head>. Not so in the
current HTML5 draft.

I can't seem to find any mention of this change in the draft spec, nor
in the html5-diff draft. I've searched for '"object element" html5
head' on Google to try to find the reasoning for it, but nothing's come

Can I ask why the change? If this is an oversight, and we do want to
continue to allow <object> in <head>, then can the draft spec be
updated; otherwise can the html5-diff draft be updated?

Toby A Inkster

Received on Monday, 3 May 2010 07:53:44 UTC