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Allow <div> around each <dt><dd> group in <dl> #1945
Oct 31, 2016
Why would you want to allow
According to the HTML5.org’s Nu Html Checker, looks like we still cannot use multiple nested
If this is intentional (hopefully not), this is a huge limitation that makes the feature much less useful.
@zcorpan Thanks, Simon. That’s a real shame. I was intending to adopt the feature, but now I’m forced to switch back to the previously used
Could you explain why exactly in practice (besides just an intent to make the content model as strict and simple as possible) using more than one
I believe there is nothing that makes this:
less possible than this:
(Please let me know if it’s more appropriate to discussing this in the thread you’ve referred to).
I was not aware of use cases that required multiple nested elements (I don't recall it being stated as a requirement in #1937), and so went with the strict and simple approach. Why do you need multiple elements? Can you point to something where you currently use
Allowing arbitrary nested
Complicating conformance checkers is probably a minor thing. And actually, complication is obviously quite little.
Quite the contrary, it was always possible to nest multiple