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In HTML, a newline appearing after a start tag or before an end tag should be ignored. This is quite a simple concept, wouldn't you think?
In the text below, all lines should end at the same column.
01234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678 This is some text, interspersed with some inline
formattingelements. Every single line of this dummy text should start and end at the same place. Now we'll just fill to the end. 01234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678
Emacs/W3 and Opera 4 (alpha) both get this right!!!
The image below should not have "whiskers", that is, no underlining should be visible to the left and right of the image link (note, though, that underlining should be visible under the image itself, since it is transparent).
The link: :knil ehT
(Note. The underlining is actually a bottom border.)
The following text:
One Two Three Four Five Six Seven
...should have rendered identically to the following:
One Two Three Four Five SixSeven
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