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Subject: Re: [dita] <object> and HTML5
W3schools is an unsteady reference for HTML5 (or anything on its
site). The spec is always best, and a good entry point to the spec
is this site which has HTML5 committee members among its
writers/reviewers, and links to the spec and provides commentary and
an example (which, by my eye, seems more conventional than the
Any differences down the road should be just a transformation mapping change, as it is with adapted elements like dl (with our added dlentry) and fig (where our title maps to their figcaption in a fixed HTML5 transform).
On 11/3/2016 4:25 PM, Kristen James Eberlein wrote:
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