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Some HTML is “Optional”

There is a variety of HTML that you can just leave out of the source HTML and it's still valid markup.

Doesn't this look weird?

<p>Paragraph one.
</p><p>Paragraph two.
</p><p>Paragraph three.</p>

It does to me, but the closing tags are optional. The browser will detect it needs them and manifest correctly in the DOM anyway. … Read article

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Why isn’t it <style src=””>?

The way JavaScript works is we can do scripts as an inline block:

<script>
  let foo = "bar";
</script>

Or, if the script should be fetched from the network...

<script src="/js/global.js"></script>

With CSS, we can do an inline block of styles:

<style>
  .foo { color: red; }
</style>

So why not <style src=""></style>? Instead, we have <link href=""/>.… Read article

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A Short History of WaSP and Why Web Standards Matter

In August of 2013, Aaron Gustafson posted to the WaSP blog. He had a bittersweet message for a community that he had helped lead:

Thanks to the hard work of countless WaSP members and supporters (like you), Tim Berners-Lee’s vision of the web as an open, accessible, and universal community is largely the reality. While there is still work to be done, the sting of the WaSP is no longer necessary. And so it is time for us to

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Careful Now

Tom Warren's "Chrome is turning into the new Internet Explorer 6" for The Verge has a title that, to us front-end web developers, suggests that Chrome is turning into a browser far behind in technology and replete with tricky bugs. Aside from the occasional offhand generic, "Chrome is getting so bad lately," comments you hear, we know that's not true. Chrome often leads the pack for good web tech.… Read article

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Further working mode changes at WHATWG

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Chrome is Not the Standard

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