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fix note on enumerated attributes, add note for rel=search

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Hixie committed Jan 19, 2007
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<h1 id=web-applications>Web Applications 1.0</h1>

<h2 class="no-num no-toc" id=working>Working Draft &mdash; 18 January 2007</h2>
<h2 class="no-num no-toc" id=working>Working Draft &mdash; 19 January 2007</h2>

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@@ -5102,12 +5102,14 @@ data:text/xml,<script xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><![CDATA[ alert('test

<p class=note>The empty string can be one of the keywords in some cases.
For example the <code title=attr-contenteditable><a
href="#contenteditable0">contenteditable</a></code> attribute has three
href="#contenteditable0">contenteditable</a></code> attribute has two
states: <em>true</em>, matching the <code title="">true</code> keyword and
the empty string, <me>false, matching <code title="">false</code> and all
other keywords (it's the <em>invalid value default</em>), and
<em>inherit</em>, which is the default when the attribute is not specified
at all (the <em>missing value default</em>).</me>
other keywords (it's the <em>invalid value default</em>). It could further
be thought of as having a third state <em>inherit</em>, which would be the
default when the attribute is not specified at all (the <em>missing value
default</em>), but for various reasons that isn't the way this
specification actually defines it.</me>

<h3 id=documents0><span class=secno>3.3. </span>Documents and document
fragments</h3>
indicates that the referenced document provides an interface specifically
for searching the document and its related resources.

<p class=note>OpenSearch description documents can be used with <code><a
href="#link0">link</a></code> elements and the <code title=rel-search><a
href="#search2">search</a></code> link type to enable user agents to
autodiscover search interfaces.

<h5 id=link-type13><span class=secno>4.3.3.15. </span>Link type "<dfn
id=stylesheet0 title=rel-stylesheet><code>stylesheet</code></dfn>"</h5>

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<p class="note">The empty string can be one of the keywords in some
cases. For example the <code
title="attr-contenteditable">contenteditable</code> attribute has
three states: <em>true</em>, matching the <code title="">true</code>
two states: <em>true</em>, matching the <code title="">true</code>
keyword and the empty string, <me>false</em>, matching <code
title="">false</code> and all other keywords (it's the <em>invalid
value default</em>), and <em>inherit</em>, which is the default when
the attribute is not specified at all (the <em>missing value
default</em>).</p>
value default</em>). It could further be thought of as having a
third state <em>inherit</em>, which would be the default when the
attribute is not specified at all (the <em>missing value
default</em>), but for various reasons that isn't the way this
specification actually defines it.</p>



the referenced document provides an interface specifically for
searching the document and its related resources.</p>

<p class="note">OpenSearch description documents can be used with
<code>link</code> elements and the <code
title="rel-search">search</code> link type to enable user agents to
autodiscover search interfaces.</p>


<h5>Link type "<dfn title="rel-stylesheet"><code>stylesheet</code></dfn>"</h5>

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