[whatwg] <ins>, <del>, and <mark> crossing element boundaries
daniel.glazman at disruptive-innovations.com
Wed Apr 2 03:43:00 PDT 2008
Matthew Paul Thomas wrote:
> I don't know what use this observation is. Maybe it means <ins>, <del>,
> and <mark> shouldn't be HTML elements, but should be something else instead.
Excellent post. I have to add that from a Wysisyg editor's perspective,
and I said it many times in the past, ins and del are almost the only
elements that are intrinsicly block-level AND inline-level.
In other terms, if you select the whole text inside a paragraph and
remove it, it is <p><del>foo</del></p> or <del><p>foo</p></del> ?
Discrimination is impossible, it's a nightmare.
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