ian at hixie.ch
Sun Oct 11 18:11:07 PDT 2009
On Tue, 6 Oct 2009, Hallvord R M Steen wrote:
> You might think so. However, as Michael stated above Opera used to do
> this, and it broke a number of websites that expected
> documentElement.firstChild to be <HEAD> no matter what the actual markup
> looked like. So we had to implement a somewhat magic firstChild on
> documentElement and I expect other browsers had to too (as your testing
> seems to confirm, more or less). Which reminds me, this peculiarity
> should possibly be documented in HTML5 :-) .
As far as I can tell, the parser covers this. There's no need for more
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