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accepted Are there valid cases in HTML/XML where tags would not be fully contained?
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comment Are there valid cases in HTML/XML where tags would not be fully contained?
Oh, I knew that the text I wrote up there wouldn't actually be rendered that way in HTML. It was just supposed to be a simple example of the concept, in case my terminology was wrong. I was wondering if there exist any cases of such structuring being valid, but it sounds like you are saying there most definitely are not due to the underlying tree structure of the DOM.
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