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[e] (0) Make rel=up text self-consistent.

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@@ -55963,17 +55963,20 @@ style/default.css</pre>
<p>The <code title=rel-up><a href=#link-type-up>up</a></code> keyword indicates that the
document is part of a hierarchical structure, and that the link is
- leading to the document that is the parent of the current
+ leading to a document that is an ancestor of the current
document.</p>
<p>The <code title=rel-up><a href=#link-type-up>up</a></code> keyword may be repeated within
a <code title=attr-hyperlink-rel><a href=#attr-hyperlink-rel>rel</a></code> attribute to indicate
the hierarchical distance from the current document to the
- referenced document. Each occurrence of the keyword represents one
- further level. If the <code title=rel-index><a href=#link-type-index>index</a></code> keyword
- is also present, then the number of <code title=rel-up><a href=#link-type-up>up</a></code>
- keywords is the depth of the current page relative to the top of the
- hierarchy. Only one link is created for the set of one or more <code title=rel-up><a href=#link-type-up>up</a></code> keywords and, if present, the <code title=rel-index><a href=#link-type-index>index</a></code> keyword.</p>
+ referenced document. If it occurs only once, then the link is
+ leading to the current document's parent; each additional occurrence
+ of the keyword represents one further level. If the <code title=rel-index><a href=#link-type-index>index</a></code> keyword is also present, then the
+ number of <code title=rel-up><a href=#link-type-up>up</a></code> keywords is the depth of
+ the current page relative to the top of the hierarchy. Only one link
+ is created for the set of one or more <code title=rel-up><a href=#link-type-up>up</a></code>
+ keywords and, if present, the <code title=rel-index><a href=#link-type-index>index</a></code>
+ keyword.</p>
<p>If the page is part of multiple hierarchies, then they should be
described in different <a href=#paragraph title=paragraph>paragraphs</a>. <span class=impl>User agents
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@@ -65261,19 +65261,21 @@ interface <dfn>SQLTransactionSync</dfn> {
<p>The <code title="rel-up">up</code> keyword indicates that the
document is part of a hierarchical structure, and that the link is
- leading to the document that is the parent of the current
+ leading to a document that is an ancestor of the current
document.</p>
<p>The <code title="rel-up">up</code> keyword may be repeated within
a <code title="attr-hyperlink-rel">rel</code> attribute to indicate
the hierarchical distance from the current document to the
- referenced document. Each occurrence of the keyword represents one
- further level. If the <code title="rel-index">index</code> keyword
- is also present, then the number of <code title="rel-up">up</code>
- keywords is the depth of the current page relative to the top of the
- hierarchy. Only one link is created for the set of one or more <code
- title="rel-up">up</code> keywords and, if present, the <code
- title="rel-index">index</code> keyword.</p>
+ referenced document. If it occurs only once, then the link is
+ leading to the current document's parent; each additional occurrence
+ of the keyword represents one further level. If the <code
+ title="rel-index">index</code> keyword is also present, then the
+ number of <code title="rel-up">up</code> keywords is the depth of
+ the current page relative to the top of the hierarchy. Only one link
+ is created for the set of one or more <code title="rel-up">up</code>
+ keywords and, if present, the <code title="rel-index">index</code>
+ keyword.</p>
<p>If the page is part of multiple hierarchies, then they should be
described in different <span

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