According to the HTML4 DTD, the end tags for DT and DD tags are optional. Therefore the following html should be legal: <HTML> <STYLE> </STYLE> <BODY> Before the DL <DL> <DT>Dee-tee <DD>Dee-dee <DT>Dee-tee #2 <DD>Dee-dee #2 </DL> After the DL </BODY> </HTML> However, your parser creates the following (incorrect) content tree: HTML refcount=4< HEAD refcount=2< > BODY refcount=4< Text refcount=3<\nBefore the DL\n> DL refcount=3< Text refcount=3<\n > DT refcount=3< Text refcount=3<Dee-tee\n > DD refcount=3< Text refcount=3<Dee-dee\n > > DT refcount=3< Text refcount=3<Dee-tee #2\n > DD refcount=3< Text refcount=3<Dee-dee #2\n> > > > > Text refcount=3<\nAfter the DL\n\n\n> > >
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → FIXED
They do now.
Status: RESOLVED → REOPENED
This is broken again (as of 11/9). See near the bottom of the above URL. It was fixed at one point (I only checked 10/15 but I have a bunch in between).
Status: REOPENED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 20 years ago → 20 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 1346 ***
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