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Editorial: Tweak links to make Bikeshed happier

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inexorabletash committed Sep 17, 2018
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@@ -466,7 +466,7 @@ the [=/connection=] is closed the
Each connection has a <dfn>close pending flag</dfn> which is initially
unset.
When a [=/connection=] is initially created it is in <dfn>opened</dfn>
When a [=/connection=] is initially created it is in an opened
state. The connection can be <dfn>closed</dfn> through several means.
If the execution context where the [=/connection=] was created is
destroyed (for example due to the user navigating away from that
@@ -843,7 +843,7 @@ with key |Y| and value |X|.
Records in an index are said to have a <dfn>referenced value</dfn>.
This is the value of the record in the index's referenced object store
which has a key equal to the index's record's value. So in the example
above, the record in the index whose key is |Y| and value is |X| has a
above, the record in the index whose [=index/key=] is |Y| and value is |X| has a
[=referenced value=] of |A|.
<aside class=example id=example-index-referenced-values>
@@ -1952,7 +1952,7 @@ the result of the operation. Once information becomes available, an
event is fired on the request and the information becomes available
through the properties of the {{IDBRequest}} instance.
The <span>task source</span> for these tasks is the <dfn>database
The <span>task source</span> for these tasks is the <dfn export>database
access task source</dfn>.
@@ -3629,7 +3629,7 @@ must only be called from within an [=/upgrade transaction=].
The index that is requested to be created can contain constraints on
the data allowed in the index's [=referenced=] object store, such
as requiring uniqueness of the values referenced by the index's
keyPath. If the [=referenced=] object store already contains data
[=index/key path=]. If the [=referenced=] object store already contains data
which violates these constraints, this must not cause the
implementation of {{IDBObjectStore/createIndex()}} to throw an
exception or affect what it returns. The implementation must still
@@ -5882,7 +5882,7 @@ The steps to <dfn>retrieve a value from an object store</dfn> with
|targetRealm|, |store| and |range| are as follows:
1. Let |record| be the first [=object-store/record=] in |store|'s
[=object-store/list of records=] whose key is [=in=] |range|, if
[=object-store/list of records=] whose [=/key=] is [=in=] |range|, if
any.
1. If |record| was not found, return undefined.
@@ -5902,7 +5902,7 @@ store</dfn> with |targetRealm|, |store|, |range| and optional |count| are as fol
1. If |count| is not given or is 0 (zero), let |count| be infinity.
1. Let |records| be a list containing the first |count| [=object-store/records=]
in |store|'s [=object-store/list of records=] whose key is
in |store|'s [=object-store/list of records=] whose [=/key=] is
[=in=] |range|.
1. Let |list| be an empty list.
@@ -5924,7 +5924,7 @@ The steps to <dfn>retrieve a key from an object store</dfn> with
|store| and |range| are as follows:
1. Let |record| be the first [=object-store/record=] in |store|'s
[=object-store/list of records=] whose key is [=in=] |range|, if
[=object-store/list of records=] whose [=/key=] is [=in=] |range|, if
any.
1. If |record| was not found, return undefined.
@@ -5943,7 +5943,7 @@ with |store|, |range| and optional |count| are as follows:
1. If |count| is not given or is 0 (zero), let |count| be infinity.
1. Let |records| be a list containing the first |count| [=object-store/records=]
in |store|'s [=object-store/list of records=] whose key is
in |store|'s [=object-store/list of records=] whose [=/key=] is
[=in=] |range|.
1. Let |list| be an empty list.
@@ -5969,7 +5969,7 @@ The steps to <dfn>retrieve a referenced value from an index</dfn>
with |targetRealm|, |index| and |range| are as follows.
1. Let |record| be the first [=object-store/record=] in |index|'s [=index/list of
records=] whose key is [=in=] |range|, if any.
records=] whose [=index/key=] is [=in=] |range|, if any.
1. If |record| was not found, return undefined.
@@ -5988,7 +5988,7 @@ index</dfn> with |targetRealm|, |index|, |range| and optional |count| are as fol
1. If |count| is not given or is 0 (zero), let |count| be infinity.
1. Let |records| be a list containing the first |count| [=object-store/records=]
in |index|'s [=index/list of records=] whose key is [=in=] |range|.
in |index|'s [=index/list of records=] whose [=index/key=] is [=in=] |range|.
1. Let |list| be an empty list.
@@ -6013,7 +6013,7 @@ The steps to <dfn>retrieve a value from an index</dfn> with
|index| and |range| are as follows.
1. Let |record| be the first [=index/record=] in |index|'s [=index/list of
records=] whose key is [=in=] |range|, if any.
records=] whose [=index/key=] is [=in=] |range|, if any.
1. If |record| was not found, return undefined.
@@ -6031,7 +6031,7 @@ The steps to <dfn>retrieve multiple values from an index</dfn> with
1. If |count| is not given or is 0 (zero), let |count| be infinity.
1. Let |records| be a list containing the first |count| [=index/records=] in
|index|'s [=index/list of records=] whose key is [=in=] |range|.
|index|'s [=index/list of records=] whose [=index/key=] is [=in=] |range|.
1. Let |list| be an empty list.
@@ -6230,8 +6230,8 @@ follows.
|range|.
If |temp record| is defined, let |found record| be the
first record in |records| whose key is [=equal to=]
|temp record|'s key.
first record in |records| whose [=/key=] is [=equal to=]
|temp record|'s [=/key=].
<aside class=note>
Iterating with {{"prevunique"}} visits the same records that

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