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* Reflecting a broken URL should return the unparsed value

* Allow currentScript to return SVGScriptElement

* Add MathML and SVG to dependencies and cross reference them correctly

* Resetting a textarea should reset its dirty value flag

* Editorial: formatting changes

* Editorial: formatting fixes

* remove domain to ascii term

* Editorial: Linking and formatting issues

* Add recursion check to frame elements

* Editorial: formatting lines

* Make document.open() and close() check for XML document

* Fix linking error

* Editorial: formatting and linking

* Change data type for HashChageEvent to match reality

* Add missing p tag

* Give more media controls examples

* Editorial: define Event attribute defaults through IDL

* Editorial: clarify the special and ordinary parser categories

* Editorial: linking and formatting

* Make marker of summary inside

* Editorial fixes and linking

* Editorial: synchronize with the DOM Standard

* Editorial: Remove duplicate paragraph

* Editorial: unwrap link

* Editorial: linking fixes and line wrapping

* Make selection members nullable types

* Formalize bogus comment state

* Fix linking errors
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<section>
<h2 class="no-num" id="acknowledgements">Acknowledgements</h2>
Thanks to Tim Berners-Lee for inventing HTML, without which none of this would exist, Dan Connolly,
the many who worked to standardise HTML over the last couple of decades or so, and the many more who
worked on ideas subsequently incorporated into HTML.
Thanks to Tim Berners-Lee for inventing HTML, without which none of this would exist, Dan
Connolly, the many who worked to standardise HTML over the last couple of decades or so, and the
many more who worked on ideas subsequently incorporated into HTML.
For inestimable work, and the drive to keep HTML up to date, particular thanks are due to Ian Hickson,
and the other editors of the WHATWG: Anne van Kesteren, Domenic Denicola, Philip Jägenstedt,
Simon Pieters.
For inestimable work, and the drive to keep HTML up to date, particular thanks are due to Ian
Hickson, and the other editors of the WHATWG: Anne van Kesteren, Domenic Denicola, Philip
Jägenstedt, Simon Pieters.
Thanks to the participants of the
<a href="https://www.w3.org/community/respimg/participants">Responsive Images Community Group</a>
and the WHATWG for helping to develop the <{picture}> element, the <{img/srcset}> attribute,
and the <{source/sizes}> attribute. Special thanks to Bruce Lawson for originally suggesting,
Edward O'Connor and Ian Hickson for writing the original srcset specification, and Adrian Bateman
for providing the group with guidance. Contributions also from: David Newton, Ilya Grigorik,
John Schoenick, and Leon de Rijke.
and the WHATWG for helping to develop the <{picture}> element, the <{img/srcset}> attribute, and
the <{source/sizes}> attribute. Special thanks to Bruce Lawson for originally suggesting, Edward
O'Connor and Ian Hickson for writing the original srcset specification, and Adrian Bateman for
providing the group with guidance. Contributions also from: David Newton, Ilya Grigorik, John
Schoenick, and Leon de Rijke.
With apologies to people who have undeservedly not been named, thanks to
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<h3 id="acknowledgements-previous">People who have contributed to previous versions of HTML</h3>
Aankhen,
Aaron Boodman,
Aaron Leventhal,
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Ian Kilpatrick,
Ido Green,
Ignacio Javier,
Igor Oliveira,
Ingvar Stepanyan,
Iurii Kucherov,
Ivan Enderlin,
Ivo Emanuel Gonçalves,
J. King,
@@ -833,29 +835,32 @@
Thanks also to everyone who has ever posted about HTML to their blogs, public mailing lists, or
forums, including all the contributors to the <a href="https://www.w3.org/html/wg/lists/">various
W3C HTML WG lists</a> and the <a href="https://www.whatwg.org/mailing-list">various WHATWG
lists</a>.
W3C HTML WG lists</a> and the
<a href="https://www.whatwg.org/mailing-list">various WHATWG lists</a>.
The image of two cute kittens in a basket used in the context menu example is based on
<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/digidreamgrafix/8370087640/">a photo</a>
by <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/digidreamgrafix/">Alex G</a>.
<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/digidreamgrafix/8370087640/">a photo</a> by
<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/digidreamgrafix/">Alex G</a>.
(<a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/">CC BY 2.0</a>)
The Blue Robot Player sprite used in the canvas demo is based on
<a href="https://johncolburn.deviantart.com/art/Blue-Robot-Player-Sprite-323813997">a work</a> by
<a href="https://johncolburn.deviantart.com/">JohnColburn</a>.
(<a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/">CC BY-SA 3.0</a>)
The photograph of robot 148 climbing the tower at the FIRST Robotics Competition 2013 Silicon Valley Regional is based on
The photograph of robot 148 climbing the tower at the FIRST Robotics Competition 2013 Silicon
Valley Regional is based on
<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/lenore-m/8631391979/">a work</a> by
<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/lenore-m/">Lenore Edman</a>.
(<a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/">CC BY 2.0</a>)
The fancy image of the letter O with a child sitting in it reading a book is <a href="http://www.reusableart.com/drop_o.html">by Jessie Wilcox Smith</a> and is in the Public Domain.
The fancy image of the letter O with a child sitting in it reading a book is
<a href="http://www.reusableart.com/drop_o.html">by Jessie Wilcox Smith</a> and is in the Public
Domain.
Parts of this specification are © Copyright 2004-2014 Apple Inc., Mozilla Foundation, and
Opera Software ASA. You are granted a license to use, reproduce and create derivative works of
this document.
Parts of this specification are © Copyright 2004-2014 Apple Inc., Mozilla Foundation, and Opera
Software ASA. You are granted a license to use, reproduce and create derivative works of this
document.
</section>
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{{Document}} <var>D</var> with an element <var>E</var> that nests
another browsing context <var>C</var> inside it, then <var>C</var> is said to be
<dfn lt="through which new document is nested|nested through">nested through</dfn> <var>D</var>, and <var>E</var> is said to be the <dfn>browsing context container</dfn> of <var>C</var>.
If the <a>browsing context container</a> element <var>E</var> is <a>in the <code>Document</code></a> <var>D</var>, then <var>P</var> is
If the <a>browsing context container</a> element <var>E</var> is in the <code>Document</code> <var>D</var>, then <var>P</var> is
said to be the <dfn>parent browsing context</dfn> of <var>C</var> and <var>C</var> is said to be a <dfn lt="child browsing context|child browsing contexts">child browsing context</dfn> of <var>P</var>.
Otherwise, the <a>nested browsing context</a> <var>C</var> has no <a>parent
browsing context</a>.
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<li>
For each <a>child browsing context</a> of <var>d</var> that is <a>nested through</a> an element that is <a>in the <code>Document</code></a> <var>d</var>, in the <a>tree
order</a> of the elements nesting those <a>browsing
For each <a>child browsing context</a> of <var>d</var> that is <a>nested through</a> an element
that is in the <code>Document</code> <var>d</var>, in the <a>tree order</a> of the elements nesting those <a>browsing
contexts</a>, run these substeps:
<ol>
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<li>Let <var>specified browsing context</var> be the <a>browsing context</a>
being closed.</li>
<li><a>Prompt to unload</a> the <a>active
document</a> of the <var>specified browsing context</var>. If the user <a>refused
<li><a>Prompt to unload</a> the <a>active document</a> of the <var>specified browsing context</var>. If the user <a>refused
to allow the document to be unloaded</a>, then abort these steps.</li>
<li><a>Unload</a> the <a>active document</a> of the <var>specified browsing context</var> with the <var>recycle</var> parameter set to
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<ol>
<li><a>Prompt to unload</a> the <a>active
document</a> of the <var>specified browsing context</var>. If the user
<li><a>Prompt to unload</a> the <a>active document</a> of the <var>specified browsing context</var>. If the user
<a>refused to allow the document to be unloaded</a>, then abort these steps.</li>
<li><a>Unload</a> the <a>active document</a> of the
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<a for="concept">origin</a>.
<p class="note">It returns the Unicode rather than the ASCII serialization for compatibility with
<code>MessageEvent</code>.
<code>MessageEvent</code>.</p>
The <dfn attribute for="Location"><code>protocol</code></dfn> attribute's getter must run these
steps:
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<li>If <var>hash changed</var> is true, then <a>fire</a> a <a>trusted</a>
event with the name <code>hashchange</code> at the <a>browsing
context</a>'s <code>Window</code> object, using the <code>HashChangeEvent</code> interface,
context</a>'s {{Window}} object, using the {{HashChangeEvent}} interface,
with the <code>oldURL</code> attribute initialized to <var>old URL</var> and the <code>newURL</code> attribute
initialized to <var>new URL</var>. This event must bubble but not be cancelable and
has no default action.</li>
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<pre class="idl" data-highlight="webidl" dfn-for="PopStateEventInit">
dictionary PopStateEventInit : EventInit {
any state;
any state = null;
};
</pre>
<dl class="domintro">
<dt><var>event</var> . <code>state</code></dt>
<dd>
Returns a copy of the information that was provided to <code>pushState()</code> or <code>replaceState()</code>.
Returns a copy of the information that was provided to <code>pushState()</code> or
<code>replaceState()</code>.
</dd>
</dl>
<div class="impl">
The <dfn attribute for="PopStateEvent"><code>state</code></dfn> attribute must return the
value it was initialized to. When the object is created, this attribute must be initialized to
null. It represents the context information for the event, or null, if the state represented is
the initial state of the {{Document}}.
The <dfn attribute for="PopStateEvent"><code>state</code></dfn> attribute must return the value it
was initialized to. It represents the context information for the event, or null, if the state
represented is the initial state of the {{Document}}.
</div>
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<pre class="idl" data-highlight="webidl" dfn-for="HashChangeEvent">
[Constructor(DOMString type, optional HashChangeEventInit eventInitDict), Exposed=(Window,Worker)]
interface HashChangeEvent : Event {
readonly attribute DOMString oldURL;
readonly attribute DOMString newURL;
readonly attribute USVString oldURL;
readonly attribute USVString newURL;
};
</pre>
<pre class="idl" data-highlight="webidl" dfn-for="HashChangeEventInit">
dictionary HashChangeEventInit : EventInit {
DOMString oldURL;
DOMString newURL;
USVString oldURL = "";
USVString newURL = "";
};
</pre>
<dl class="domintro">
<dt><var>event</var> . <code>oldURL</code></dt>
<dd>
Returns the <a for="url">URL</a> of the <a>session history entry</a> that was previously
current.
Returns the <a for="url">URL</a> of the <a>session history entry</a> that was previously
current.
</dd>
<dt><var>event</var> . <code>newURL</code></dt>
<dd>
Returns the <a for="url">URL</a> of the <a>session history entry</a> that is now
current.
Returns the <a for="url">URL</a> of the <a>session history entry</a> that is now current.
</dd>
</dl>
<div class="impl">
The <dfn attribute for="HashChangeEvent"><code>oldURL</code></dfn> attribute must return the
value it was initialized to. When the object is created, this attribute must be initialized to
null. It represents context information for the event, specifically the URL of the <a>session
history entry</a> that was traversed from.
value it was initialized to. It represents context information for the event, specifically the URL
of the <a>session history entry</a> that was traversed from.
The <dfn attribute for="HashChangeEvent"><code>newURL</code></dfn> attribute must return the
value it was initialized to. When the object is created, this attribute must be initialized to
null. It represents context information for the event, specifically the URL of the <a>session
history entry</a> that was traversed to.
</div>
value it was initialized to. It represents context information for the event, specifically the URL
of the <a>session history entry</a> that was traversed to.
<h5 id="the-pagetransitionevent-interface">The <code>PageTransitionEvent</code> interface</h5>
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<pre class="idl" data-highlight="webidl" dfn-for="PageTransitionEventInit">
dictionary PageTransitionEventInit : EventInit {
boolean persisted;
boolean persisted = false;
};
</pre>
<dl class="domintro">
<dt><var>event</var> . <code>persisted</code></dt>
<dd>
For the <code>pageshow</code> event, returns false if the page is newly being loaded (and the
<code>load</code> event will fire). Otherwise, returns true.
For the <code>pageshow</code> event, returns false if the page is
newly being loaded (and the <code>load</code> event will fire). Otherwise,
returns true.
For the <code>pagehide</code> event, returns false if the page is
going away for the last time. Otherwise, returns true, meaning that (if nothing conspires to
make the page unsalvageable) the page might be reused if the user navigates back to this
page.
For the <code>pagehide</code> event, returns false if the page is going away for the last
time. Otherwise, returns true, meaning that (if nothing conspires to make the page
unsalvageable) the page might be reused if the user navigates back to this page.
Things that can cause the page to be unsalvageable include:
<ul class="brief">
<li><code>document.open()</code>
<li>Listening for <code>beforeunload</code> events
<li>Listening for <code>unload</code> events
<li>Having <code>iframe</code>s that are not salvageable
<li>Active <code>WebSocket</code> objects
<li><a>Aborting a <code>Document</code></a>
</ul>
Things that can cause the page to be unsalvageable include:
<ul class="brief">
<li><code>document.open()</code>
<li>Listening for <code>beforeunload</code> events
<li>Listening for <code>unload</code> events
<li>Having <code>iframe</code>s that are not salvageable
<li>Active <code>WebSocket</code> objects
<li><a>Aborting a <code>Document</code></a>
</ul>
</dd>
</dl>
<div class="impl">
The <dfn attribute for="PageTransitionEvent"><code>persisted</code></dfn> attribute must
return the value it was initialized to. When the object is created, this attribute must be
initialized to false. It represents the context information for the event.
</div>
The <dfn attribute for="PageTransitionEvent"><code>persisted</code></dfn> attribute must return
the value it was initialized to. It represents the context information for the event.
<h4 id="unloading-documents">Unloading documents</h4>
<div class="impl">
A {{Document}} has a <dfn><i>salvageable</i></dfn> state, which must initially be
true, a <dfn>fired unload</dfn> flag, which must initially be false, and a <dfn>page showing</dfn>
flag, which must initially be false. The <a>page showing</a> flag is used to ensure that
scripts receive <code>pageshow</code> and <code>pagehide</code> events in a consistent manner (e.g., that they never
receive two <code>pagehide</code> events in a row without an intervening
<code>pageshow</code>, or vice versa).
<a>Event loops</a> have a <dfn>termination nesting level</dfn>
counter, which must initially be zero.
<a>Event loops</a> have a <dfn>termination nesting level</dfn> counter, which must initially be
zero.
When a user agent is to <dfn lt="prompt to unload|prompt to unload a document">prompt to unload a document</dfn>, it must run the following
steps.
When a user agent is to
<dfn lt="prompt to unload|prompt to unload a document">prompt to unload a document</dfn>, it must
run the following steps.
<ol>
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<li>
If <var>descendants</var> is not an empty list, then for each <a>browsing
context</a> <var>b</var> in <var>descendants</var> run the following
substeps:
If <var>descendants</var> is not an empty list, then for each <a>browsing context</a>
<var>b</var> in <var>descendants</var> run the following substeps:
<ol>
<li><a>Prompt to unload</a> the <a>active
document</a> of the <a>browsing context</a> <var>b</var>. If the user
<li><a>Prompt to unload</a> the <a>active document</a> of the <a>browsing context</a> <var>b</var>. If the user
<a>refused to allow the document to be unloaded</a>, then the user implicitly also <a>refused to allow <em>this</em> document to be unloaded</a>; jump to the step labeled <i>end</i>.
<li>If the <i>salvageable</i> state of the <a>active
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<li>
If <var>descendants</var> is not an empty list, then for each <a>browsing
context</a> <var>b</var> in <var>descendants</var> run the following
If <var>descendants</var> is not an empty list, then for each <a>browsing context</a> <var>b</var> in <var>descendants</var> run the following
substeps:
<ol>
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</ol>
</div>
<h5 id="the-beforeunloadevent-interface">The <code>BeforeUnloadEvent</code> interface</h5>
<pre class="idl" data-highlight="webidl" dfn-for="BeforeUnloadEvent">
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