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Affected topics: HTML, Rendering

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@@ -11346,11 +11346,11 @@ <h5 id=the-title-attribute><span class=secno>3.2.3.2 </span>The <code title=attr

<!-- search for title-warning if modifying this paragraph -->
<p class=note>Relying on the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code>
attribute is discouraged as many user agents do not expose the
attribute in an accessible manner as required by this specification
(e.g. requiring a pointing device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip
to apear, which excludes keyboard-only users and touch-only users,
such as anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>
attribute is currently discouraged as many user agents do not expose
the attribute in an accessible manner as required by this
specification (e.g. requiring a pointing device such as a mouse to
cause a tooltip to apear, which excludes keyboard-only users and
touch-only users, such as anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>

<p>If this attribute is omitted from an element, then it implies
that the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute of the
@@ -11387,7 +11387,8 @@ <h5 id=the-title-attribute><span class=secno>3.2.3.2 </span>The <code title=attr

<p>The <dfn id=advisory-information>advisory information</dfn> of an element is the value
that the following algorithm returns, with the algorithm being
aborted once a value is returned:</p>
aborted once a value is returned. When the algorithm returns the
empty string, then there is no advisory information.</p>

<ol><li><p>If the element is a <code><a href=#the-link-element>link</a></code>, <code><a href=#the-style-element>style</a></code>,
<code><a href=#the-dfn-element>dfn</a></code>, <code><a href=#the-abbr-element>abbr</a></code>, or <code><a href=#the-title-element>title</a></code> element,
@@ -11403,7 +11404,11 @@ <h5 id=the-title-attribute><span class=secno>3.2.3.2 </span>The <code title=attr

<li><p>Otherwise, return the empty string.</li>

</ol><hr><p>The <dfn id=dom-title title=dom-title><code>title</code></dfn> IDL attribute
</ol><p>User agents should inform the user when elements have
<a href=#advisory-information>advisory information</a>, otherwise the information would
not be discoverable.</p>

<hr><p>The <dfn id=dom-title title=dom-title><code>title</code></dfn> IDL attribute
must <a href=#reflect>reflect</a> the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code>
content attribute.</p>

@@ -25836,12 +25841,12 @@ <h6 id=a-key-part-of-the-content><span class=secno>4.8.1.1.10 </span>A key part
present and has a non-empty value.</p>

<!-- search for title-warning if modifying this paragraph -->
<p class=note>Relying on the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute is discouraged as many
user agents do not expose the attribute in an accessible manner
as required by this specification (e.g. requiring a pointing
device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip to apear, which
excludes keyboard-only users and touch-only users, such as
anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>
<p class=note>Relying on the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute is currently
discouraged as many user agents do not expose the attribute in
an accessible manner as required by this specification (e.g.
requiring a pointing device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip
to apear, which excludes keyboard-only users and touch-only
users, such as anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>

</li>

@@ -62076,7 +62081,8 @@ <h4 id=footnotes><span class=secno>4.13.5 </span>Footnotes</h4>
<p>HTML does not have a dedicated mechanism for marking up
footnotes. Here are the recommended alternatives.</p>

<hr><p>For short inline annotations, the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute should be used.</p>
<hr><p>For short inline annotations, the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute could <!-- SHOULD, modulo
title-warning --> be used.</p>

<div class=example>

@@ -62092,6 +62098,28 @@ <h4 id=footnotes><span class=secno>4.13.5 </span>Footnotes</h4>

</div>

<!-- search for title-warning if modifying this paragraph -->
<p class=note>Unfortunately, relying on the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute is currently discouraged
as many user agents do not expose the attribute in an accessible
manner as required by this specification (e.g. requiring a pointing
device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip to apear, which excludes
keyboard-only users and touch-only users, such as anyone with a
modern phone or tablet).</p>

<p class=note>If the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code>
attribute is used, CSS can used to draw the reader's attention to
the elements with the attribute.</p>

<div class=example>

<p>For example, the following CSS places a dashed line below
elements that have a <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code>
attribute.</p>

<pre>[title] { border-bottom: thin dashed; }</pre>

</div>

<hr><p>For longer annotations, the <code><a href=#the-a-element>a</a></code> element should be
used, pointing to an element later in the document. The convention
is that the contents of the link be a number in square brackets.</p>
@@ -99105,7 +99133,8 @@ <h4 id=links,-forms,-and-navigation><span class=secno>14.7.1 </span>Links, forms
<h4 id=the-title-attribute-0><span class=secno>14.7.2 </span>The <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute</h4>

<p>User agents are expected to expose the <a href=#advisory-information>advisory
information</a> of elements upon user request.</p>
information</a> of elements upon user request, and to make the
user aware of the presence of such information.</p>

<p>On interactive graphical systems where the user can use a
pointing device, this could take the form of a tooltip. When the
59 index
@@ -11346,11 +11346,11 @@ interface <dfn id=htmlunknownelement>HTMLUnknownElement</dfn> : <a href=#htmlele

<!-- search for title-warning if modifying this paragraph -->
<p class=note>Relying on the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code>
attribute is discouraged as many user agents do not expose the
attribute in an accessible manner as required by this specification
(e.g. requiring a pointing device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip
to apear, which excludes keyboard-only users and touch-only users,
such as anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>
attribute is currently discouraged as many user agents do not expose
the attribute in an accessible manner as required by this
specification (e.g. requiring a pointing device such as a mouse to
cause a tooltip to apear, which excludes keyboard-only users and
touch-only users, such as anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>

<p>If this attribute is omitted from an element, then it implies
that the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute of the
@@ -11387,7 +11387,8 @@ Transport Protocol"&gt;HTTP&lt;/abbr&gt; today.&lt;/p&gt;</pre> <!-- DO NOT REWR

<p>The <dfn id=advisory-information>advisory information</dfn> of an element is the value
that the following algorithm returns, with the algorithm being
aborted once a value is returned:</p>
aborted once a value is returned. When the algorithm returns the
empty string, then there is no advisory information.</p>

<ol><li><p>If the element is a <code><a href=#the-link-element>link</a></code>, <code><a href=#the-style-element>style</a></code>,
<code><a href=#the-dfn-element>dfn</a></code>, <code><a href=#the-abbr-element>abbr</a></code>, or <code><a href=#the-title-element>title</a></code> element,
@@ -11403,7 +11404,11 @@ Transport Protocol"&gt;HTTP&lt;/abbr&gt; today.&lt;/p&gt;</pre> <!-- DO NOT REWR

<li><p>Otherwise, return the empty string.</li>

</ol><hr><p>The <dfn id=dom-title title=dom-title><code>title</code></dfn> IDL attribute
</ol><p>User agents should inform the user when elements have
<a href=#advisory-information>advisory information</a>, otherwise the information would
not be discoverable.</p>

<hr><p>The <dfn id=dom-title title=dom-title><code>title</code></dfn> IDL attribute
must <a href=#reflect>reflect</a> the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code>
content attribute.</p>

@@ -25836,12 +25841,12 @@ of various sizes."&gt;</strong></pre>
present and has a non-empty value.</p>

<!-- search for title-warning if modifying this paragraph -->
<p class=note>Relying on the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute is discouraged as many
user agents do not expose the attribute in an accessible manner
as required by this specification (e.g. requiring a pointing
device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip to apear, which
excludes keyboard-only users and touch-only users, such as
anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>
<p class=note>Relying on the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute is currently
discouraged as many user agents do not expose the attribute in
an accessible manner as required by this specification (e.g.
requiring a pointing device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip
to apear, which excludes keyboard-only users and touch-only
users, such as anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>

</li>

@@ -62076,7 +62081,8 @@ fur
<p>HTML does not have a dedicated mechanism for marking up
footnotes. Here are the recommended alternatives.</p>

<hr><p>For short inline annotations, the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute should be used.</p>
<hr><p>For short inline annotations, the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute could <!-- SHOULD, modulo
title-warning --> be used.</p>

<div class=example>

@@ -62092,6 +62098,28 @@ closing for lunch&lt;/span&gt;.</pre>

</div>

<!-- search for title-warning if modifying this paragraph -->
<p class=note>Unfortunately, relying on the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute is currently discouraged
as many user agents do not expose the attribute in an accessible
manner as required by this specification (e.g. requiring a pointing
device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip to apear, which excludes
keyboard-only users and touch-only users, such as anyone with a
modern phone or tablet).</p>

<p class=note>If the <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code>
attribute is used, CSS can used to draw the reader's attention to
the elements with the attribute.</p>

<div class=example>

<p>For example, the following CSS places a dashed line below
elements that have a <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code>
attribute.</p>

<pre>[title] { border-bottom: thin dashed; }</pre>

</div>

<hr><p>For longer annotations, the <code><a href=#the-a-element>a</a></code> element should be
used, pointing to an element later in the document. The convention
is that the contents of the link be a number in square brackets.</p>
@@ -99105,7 +99133,8 @@ keygen { binding: <i title="">keygen</i>; }</pre>
<h4 id=the-title-attribute-0><span class=secno>14.7.2 </span>The <code title=attr-title><a href=#attr-title>title</a></code> attribute</h4>

<p>User agents are expected to expose the <a href=#advisory-information>advisory
information</a> of elements upon user request.</p>
information</a> of elements upon user request, and to make the
user aware of the presence of such information.</p>

<p>On interactive graphical systems where the user can use a
pointing device, this could take the form of a tooltip. When the
58 source
@@ -11746,11 +11746,11 @@ interface <dfn>HTMLUnknownElement</dfn> : <span>HTMLElement</span> { };</pre>

<!-- search for title-warning if modifying this paragraph -->
<p class="note">Relying on the <code title="attr-title">title</code>
attribute is discouraged as many user agents do not expose the
attribute in an accessible manner as required by this specification
(e.g. requiring a pointing device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip
to apear, which excludes keyboard-only users and touch-only users,
such as anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>
attribute is currently discouraged as many user agents do not expose
the attribute in an accessible manner as required by this
specification (e.g. requiring a pointing device such as a mouse to
cause a tooltip to apear, which excludes keyboard-only users and
touch-only users, such as anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>

<p>If this attribute is omitted from an element, then it implies
that the <code title="attr-title">title</code> attribute of the
@@ -11789,7 +11789,8 @@ Transport Protocol">HTTP&lt;/abbr> today.&lt;/p></pre> <!-- DO NOT REWRAP THIS L

<p>The <dfn>advisory information</dfn> of an element is the value
that the following algorithm returns, with the algorithm being
aborted once a value is returned:</p>
aborted once a value is returned. When the algorithm returns the
empty string, then there is no advisory information.</p>

<ol>

@@ -11810,6 +11811,10 @@ Transport Protocol">HTTP&lt;/abbr> today.&lt;/p></pre> <!-- DO NOT REWRAP THIS L

</ol>

<p>User agents should inform the user when elements have
<span>advisory information</span>, otherwise the information would
not be discoverable.</p>

<hr>

<p>The <dfn title="dom-title"><code>title</code></dfn> IDL attribute
@@ -27821,12 +27826,12 @@ of various sizes."></strong></pre>

<!-- search for title-warning if modifying this paragraph -->
<p class="note">Relying on the <code
title="attr-title">title</code> attribute is discouraged as many
user agents do not expose the attribute in an accessible manner
as required by this specification (e.g. requiring a pointing
device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip to apear, which
excludes keyboard-only users and touch-only users, such as
anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>
title="attr-title">title</code> attribute is currently
discouraged as many user agents do not expose the attribute in
an accessible manner as required by this specification (e.g.
requiring a pointing device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip
to apear, which excludes keyboard-only users and touch-only
users, such as anyone with a modern phone or tablet).</p>

</li>

@@ -72523,7 +72528,8 @@ fur
<hr>

<p>For short inline annotations, the <code
title="attr-title">title</code> attribute should be used.</p>
title="attr-title">title</code> attribute could <!-- SHOULD, modulo
title-warning --> be used.</p>

<div class="example">

@@ -72540,6 +72546,29 @@ closing for lunch&lt;/span>.</pre>

</div>

<!-- search for title-warning if modifying this paragraph -->
<p class="note">Unfortunately, relying on the <code
title="attr-title">title</code> attribute is currently discouraged
as many user agents do not expose the attribute in an accessible
manner as required by this specification (e.g. requiring a pointing
device such as a mouse to cause a tooltip to apear, which excludes
keyboard-only users and touch-only users, such as anyone with a
modern phone or tablet).</p>

<p class="note">If the <code title="attr-title">title</code>
attribute is used, CSS can used to draw the reader's attention to
the elements with the attribute.</p>

<div class="example">

<p>For example, the following CSS places a dashed line below
elements that have a <code title="attr-title">title</code>
attribute.</p>

<pre>[title] { border-bottom: thin dashed; }</pre>

</div>

<hr>

<p>For longer annotations, the <code>a</code> element should be
@@ -115784,7 +115813,8 @@ keygen { binding: <i title="">keygen</i>; }</pre>
<h4>The <code title="attr-title">title</code> attribute</h4>

<p>User agents are expected to expose the <span>advisory
information</span> of elements upon user request.</p>
information</span> of elements upon user request, and to make the
user aware of the presence of such information.</p>

<p>On interactive graphical systems where the user can use a
pointing device, this could take the form of a tooltip. When the

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