[whatwg] The m element
david at empyree.org
Thu Feb 8 14:06:48 PST 2007
On Thu, 8 Feb 2007 18:21:08 +0000, Nicholas Shanks wrote:
> Try to compare it with <ins> and <del>, it's an element concerned
> with editing a document post-authorship, not marking up the
> document's inherent structure.
Personally, I use <ins>/<del> a lot on my blog, to show updates. I
don't know if it supposed to be used that way, but this is an example
of use outside of traditional, “diff-like” text editing.
You may have a point here. So we would have two dimensions (don't pay
attention to the words):
- post-authorship/manipulation (like searching)
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