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In the HTML to native function, the parser is not recognizing (or processing) an HTML tag if it contains an attribute value that is not enclosed in quotes (e.g., <img src="image.png" width=100>. However, dropping the quotes around an attribute value is valid HTML.
Is this something you think Kramdown should permit? If so, I'd be happy to update the parser to support quote-less attributes.
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Understood, though I think this can be done with very limited overhead by reusing the existing regular expressions. A reasonable trade-off is that we only consider values with only letters and numbers and no spaces. I'll submit a proposal for review.