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Affected topics: DOM APIs, HTML

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<li>The concept of <dfn id=base-url-change-steps>base URL change steps</dfn> and the definition of what happens when an element is <dfn id=affected-by-a-base-url-change>affected by a base URL change</dfn>.</li>
<li>The concept of an element's <dfn id=concept-id title=concept-id>unique identifier (ID)</dfn>.</li>

<li>The concept of a DOM <dfn id=concept-range title=concept-range>range</dfn>.</li>

</ul><p>The term <dfn id=throw>throw</dfn> in this specification is used as
defined in the DOM Core specification. The following
<code><a href=#domexception>DOMException</a></code> types are defined in the DOM Core
<li><dfn id=event-click title=event-click><code>click</code></dfn> event</li>

</ul><p>In addition, user agents must implement the features defined in
the DOM Range, DOM Parsing and Serialization specification, HTML
the DOM Parsing and Serialization specification, HTML
Editing APIs, and UndoManager and DOM Transaction specifications
that apply to their conformance class.
<a href=#refsDOMRANGE>[DOMRANGE]</a>
<a href=#refsDOMPARSING>[DOMPARSING]</a>
<a href=#refsEDITING>[EDITING]</a>
<a href=#refsUNDO>[UNDO]</a>
</p>

<!--
<p>The following features are defined in the DOM
Range specification: <a href="#refsDOMRANGE">[DOMRANGE]</a></p>

<ul class="brief">

<li><dfn><code>Range</code></dfn> interface</li>

<li><dfn title="dom-Range-deleteContents"><code>deleteContents()</code></dfn> method </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-selectNodeContents"><code>selectNodeContents()</code></dfn> method </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-setEnd"><code>setEnd()</code></dfn> method </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-setStart"><code>setStart()</code></dfn> method </li>

<li><dfn title="dom-Range-collapsed"><code>collapsed</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-endContainer"><code>endContainer</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-endOffset"><code>endOffset</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-startContainer"><code>startContainer</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-startOffset"><code>startOffset</code></dfn> attribute </li>

</ul>
-->

<p>The following features are defined in the DOM Parsing and
Serialization specification: <a href=#refsDOMPARSING>[DOMPARSING]</a></p>

<h5 id=paragraphs><span class=secno>3.2.5.3 </span>Paragraphs</h5>

<p class=note>The term <a href=#paragraph>paragraph</a> as defined in this
section is distinct from (though related to) the <code><a href=#the-p-element>p</a></code>
element defined later. The <a href=#paragraph>paragraph</a> concept defined
here is used to describe how to interpret documents.</p>
section is used for more than just the definition of the
<code><a href=#the-p-element>p</a></code> element. The <a href=#paragraph>paragraph</a> concept defined
here is used to describe how to interpret documents. The
<code><a href=#the-p-element>p</a></code> element is merely one of several ways of marking up a
<a href=#paragraph>paragraph</a>.</p>

<!-- note: the actual definition is below -->
<p>A <dfn id=paragraph>paragraph</dfn> is typically a run of <a href=#phrasing-content>phrasing
content</a> that forms a block of text with one or more sentences
that discuss a particular topic, as in typography, but can also be
used for more general thematic grouping. For instance, an address is
also a paragraph, as is a part of a form, a byline, or a stanza in a
poem.</p>
that discuss a particular topic, as in typography, but can also
be used for more general thematic grouping. For instance, an address
is also a paragraph, as is a part of a form, a byline, or a stanza
in a poem.</p>

<div class=example>

<p>The definition of the terms <dfn id=active-range>active range</dfn>, <dfn id=editing-host>editing
host</dfn>, and <dfn id=editable>editable</dfn>, the user interface requirements
of elements that are <a href=#editing-host title="editing host">editing hosts</a>
or <a href=#editable>editable</a>, and the
or <a href=#editable>editable</a>, the

<dfn id=execCommand title=dom-document-execCommand><code>execCommand()</code></dfn>,
<dfn id=dom-document-querycommandenabled title=dom-document-queryCommandEnabled><code>queryCommandEnabled()</code></dfn>,
<dfn id=dom-document-querycommandsupported title=dom-document-queryCommandSupported><code>queryCommandSupported()</code></dfn>, and
<dfn id=dom-document-querycommandvalue title=dom-document-queryCommandValue><code>queryCommandValue()</code></dfn>

methods are defined in the HTML Editing APIs specification. Text
selections are defined in the DOM Range specification. The
interaction of editing and the undo/redo features in user agents is
defined by the UndoManager and DOM Transaction specification. <a href=#refsEDITING>[EDITING]</a> <a href=#refsDOMRANGE>[DOMRANGE]</a> <a href=#refsUNDO>[UNDO]</a></p>
methods, and text selections are defined in the HTML Editing APIs
specification. The interaction of editing and the undo/redo features
in user agents is defined by the UndoManager and DOM Transaction
specification. <a href=#refsEDITING>[EDITING]</a> <a href=#refsUNDO>[UNDO]</a></p>

<!-- those might get merged in here eventually -->

<dt id=refsDOMPARSING>[DOMPARSING]</dt>
<dd><cite><a href=http://html5.org/specs/dom-parsing.html>DOM Parsing and Serialization</a></cite>, Ms2ger. html5.org.</dd>

<dt id=refsDOMRANGE>[DOMRANGE]</dt>
<dd><cite><a href=http://html5.org/specs/dom-range.html>DOM Range</a></cite>, A. Gregor, Ms2ger. html5.org.</dd>

<dt id=refsDOT>[DOT]</dt>
<dd>(Non-normative) <cite><a href=http://www.graphviz.org/content/dot-language>The DOT Language</a></cite>. Graphviz.</dd>

57 index
<li>The concept of <dfn id=base-url-change-steps>base URL change steps</dfn> and the definition of what happens when an element is <dfn id=affected-by-a-base-url-change>affected by a base URL change</dfn>.</li>
<li>The concept of an element's <dfn id=concept-id title=concept-id>unique identifier (ID)</dfn>.</li>

<li>The concept of a DOM <dfn id=concept-range title=concept-range>range</dfn>.</li>

</ul><p>The term <dfn id=throw>throw</dfn> in this specification is used as
defined in the DOM Core specification. The following
<code><a href=#domexception>DOMException</a></code> types are defined in the DOM Core
<li><dfn id=event-click title=event-click><code>click</code></dfn> event</li>

</ul><p>In addition, user agents must implement the features defined in
the DOM Range, DOM Parsing and Serialization specification, HTML
the DOM Parsing and Serialization specification, HTML
Editing APIs, and UndoManager and DOM Transaction specifications
that apply to their conformance class.
<a href=#refsDOMRANGE>[DOMRANGE]</a>
<a href=#refsDOMPARSING>[DOMPARSING]</a>
<a href=#refsEDITING>[EDITING]</a>
<a href=#refsUNDO>[UNDO]</a>
</p>

<!--
<p>The following features are defined in the DOM
Range specification: <a href="#refsDOMRANGE">[DOMRANGE]</a></p>

<ul class="brief">

<li><dfn><code>Range</code></dfn> interface</li>

<li><dfn title="dom-Range-deleteContents"><code>deleteContents()</code></dfn> method </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-selectNodeContents"><code>selectNodeContents()</code></dfn> method </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-setEnd"><code>setEnd()</code></dfn> method </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-setStart"><code>setStart()</code></dfn> method </li>

<li><dfn title="dom-Range-collapsed"><code>collapsed</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-endContainer"><code>endContainer</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-endOffset"><code>endOffset</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-startContainer"><code>startContainer</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-startOffset"><code>startOffset</code></dfn> attribute </li>

</ul>
-->

<p>The following features are defined in the DOM Parsing and
Serialization specification: <a href=#refsDOMPARSING>[DOMPARSING]</a></p>

<h5 id=paragraphs><span class=secno>3.2.5.3 </span>Paragraphs</h5>

<p class=note>The term <a href=#paragraph>paragraph</a> as defined in this
section is distinct from (though related to) the <code><a href=#the-p-element>p</a></code>
element defined later. The <a href=#paragraph>paragraph</a> concept defined
here is used to describe how to interpret documents.</p>
section is used for more than just the definition of the
<code><a href=#the-p-element>p</a></code> element. The <a href=#paragraph>paragraph</a> concept defined
here is used to describe how to interpret documents. The
<code><a href=#the-p-element>p</a></code> element is merely one of several ways of marking up a
<a href=#paragraph>paragraph</a>.</p>

<!-- note: the actual definition is below -->
<p>A <dfn id=paragraph>paragraph</dfn> is typically a run of <a href=#phrasing-content>phrasing
content</a> that forms a block of text with one or more sentences
that discuss a particular topic, as in typography, but can also be
used for more general thematic grouping. For instance, an address is
also a paragraph, as is a part of a form, a byline, or a stanza in a
poem.</p>
that discuss a particular topic, as in typography, but can also
be used for more general thematic grouping. For instance, an address
is also a paragraph, as is a part of a form, a byline, or a stanza
in a poem.</p>

<div class=example>

<p>The definition of the terms <dfn id=active-range>active range</dfn>, <dfn id=editing-host>editing
host</dfn>, and <dfn id=editable>editable</dfn>, the user interface requirements
of elements that are <a href=#editing-host title="editing host">editing hosts</a>
or <a href=#editable>editable</a>, and the
or <a href=#editable>editable</a>, the

<dfn id=execCommand title=dom-document-execCommand><code>execCommand()</code></dfn>,
<dfn id=dom-document-querycommandenabled title=dom-document-queryCommandEnabled><code>queryCommandEnabled()</code></dfn>,
<dfn id=dom-document-querycommandsupported title=dom-document-queryCommandSupported><code>queryCommandSupported()</code></dfn>, and
<dfn id=dom-document-querycommandvalue title=dom-document-queryCommandValue><code>queryCommandValue()</code></dfn>

methods are defined in the HTML Editing APIs specification. Text
selections are defined in the DOM Range specification. The
interaction of editing and the undo/redo features in user agents is
defined by the UndoManager and DOM Transaction specification. <a href=#refsEDITING>[EDITING]</a> <a href=#refsDOMRANGE>[DOMRANGE]</a> <a href=#refsUNDO>[UNDO]</a></p>
methods, and text selections are defined in the HTML Editing APIs
specification. The interaction of editing and the undo/redo features
in user agents is defined by the UndoManager and DOM Transaction
specification. <a href=#refsEDITING>[EDITING]</a> <a href=#refsUNDO>[UNDO]</a></p>

<!-- those might get merged in here eventually -->

<dt id=refsDOMPARSING>[DOMPARSING]</dt>
<dd><cite><a href=http://html5.org/specs/dom-parsing.html>DOM Parsing and Serialization</a></cite>, Ms2ger. html5.org.</dd>

<dt id=refsDOMRANGE>[DOMRANGE]</dt>
<dd><cite><a href=http://html5.org/specs/dom-range.html>DOM Range</a></cite>, A. Gregor, Ms2ger. html5.org.</dd>

<dt id=refsDOT>[DOT]</dt>
<dd>(Non-normative) <cite><a href=http://www.graphviz.org/content/dot-language>The DOT Language</a></cite>. Graphviz.</dd>

59 source
@@ -2808,6 +2808,8 @@ a.setAttribute('href', 'http://example.com/'); // change the content attribute d
<li>The concept of <dfn>base URL change steps</dfn> and the definition of what happens when an element is <dfn>affected by a base URL change</dfn>.</li>
<li>The concept of an element's <dfn title="concept-id">unique identifier (ID)</dfn>.</li>

<li>The concept of a DOM <dfn title="concept-range">range</dfn>.</li>

</ul>

<p>The term <dfn>throw</dfn> in this specification is used as
@@ -2860,37 +2862,14 @@ a.setAttribute('href', 'http://example.com/'); // change the content attribute d
</ul>

<p>In addition, user agents must implement the features defined in
the DOM Range, DOM Parsing and Serialization specification, HTML
the DOM Parsing and Serialization specification, HTML
Editing APIs, and UndoManager and DOM Transaction specifications
that apply to their conformance class.
<a href="#refsDOMRANGE">[DOMRANGE]</a>
<a href="#refsDOMPARSING">[DOMPARSING]</a>
<a href="#refsEDITING">[EDITING]</a>
<a href="#refsUNDO">[UNDO]</a>
</p>

<!--END w3c-html--><!--
<p>The following features are defined in the DOM
Range specification: <a href="#refsDOMRANGE">[DOMRANGE]</a></p>

<ul class="brief">

<li><dfn><code>Range</code></dfn> interface</li>

<li><dfn title="dom-Range-deleteContents"><code>deleteContents()</code></dfn> method </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-selectNodeContents"><code>selectNodeContents()</code></dfn> method </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-setEnd"><code>setEnd()</code></dfn> method </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-setStart"><code>setStart()</code></dfn> method </li>

<li><dfn title="dom-Range-collapsed"><code>collapsed</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-endContainer"><code>endContainer</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-endOffset"><code>endOffset</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-startContainer"><code>startContainer</code></dfn> attribute </li>
<li><dfn title="dom-Range-startOffset"><code>startOffset</code></dfn> attribute </li>

</ul>
--><!--START w3c-html-->

<p>The following features are defined in the DOM Parsing and
Serialization specification: <a
href="#refsDOMPARSING">[DOMPARSING]</a></p>
<h5>Paragraphs</h5>

<p class="note">The term <span>paragraph</span> as defined in this
section is distinct from (though related to) the <code>p</code>
element defined later. The <span>paragraph</span> concept defined
here is used to describe how to interpret documents.</p>
section is used for more than just the definition of the
<code>p</code> element. The <span>paragraph</span> concept defined
here is used to describe how to interpret documents. The
<code>p</code> element is merely one of several ways of marking up a
<span>paragraph</span>.</p>

<!-- note: the actual definition is below -->
<p>A <dfn>paragraph</dfn> is typically a run of <span>phrasing
content</span> that forms a block of text with one or more sentences
that discuss a particular topic, as in typography, but can also be
used for more general thematic grouping. For instance, an address is
also a paragraph, as is a part of a form, a byline, or a stanza in a
poem.</p>
that discuss a particular topic, as in typography, but can also
be used for more general thematic grouping. For instance, an address
is also a paragraph, as is a part of a form, a byline, or a stanza
in a poem.</p>

<div class="example">

<p>The definition of the terms <dfn>active range</dfn>, <dfn>editing
host</dfn>, and <dfn>editable</dfn>, the user interface requirements
of elements that are <span title="editing host">editing hosts</span>
or <span>editable</span>, and the
or <span>editable</span>, the

<dfn title="dom-document-execCommand" id="execCommand"><code>execCommand()</code></dfn>,
<dfn title="dom-document-queryCommandEnabled"><code>queryCommandEnabled()</code></dfn>,
<dfn title="dom-document-queryCommandSupported"><code>queryCommandSupported()</code></dfn>, and
<dfn title="dom-document-queryCommandValue"><code>queryCommandValue()</code></dfn>

methods are defined in the HTML Editing APIs specification. Text
selections are defined in the DOM Range specification. The
interaction of editing and the undo/redo features in user agents is
defined by the UndoManager and DOM Transaction specification. <a
href="#refsEDITING">[EDITING]</a> <a
href="#refsDOMRANGE">[DOMRANGE]</a> <a
methods, and text selections are defined in the HTML Editing APIs
specification. The interaction of editing and the undo/redo features
in user agents is defined by the UndoManager and DOM Transaction
specification. <a href="#refsEDITING">[EDITING]</a> <a
href="#refsUNDO">[UNDO]</a></p>

<!-- those might get merged in here eventually -->
<dt id="refsDOMPARSING">[DOMPARSING]</dt>
<dd><cite><a href="http://html5.org/specs/dom-parsing.html">DOM Parsing and Serialization</a></cite>, Ms2ger. html5.org.</dd>

<dt id="refsDOMRANGE">[DOMRANGE]</dt>
<dd><cite><a href="http://html5.org/specs/dom-range.html">DOM Range</a></cite>, A. Gregor, Ms2ger. html5.org.</dd>

<dt id="refsDOT">[DOT]</dt>
<dd>(Non-normative) <cite><a href="http://www.graphviz.org/content/dot-language">The DOT Language</a></cite>. Graphviz.</dd>

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