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484fix note on enumerated attributes, add note for rel=search2007-01-19 00:15
@@ -3982,26 +3982,28 @@ data:text/xml,<script xmlns=""><![CDATA[ alert('test
   default, and invalid values must simply be ignored.</p>
   <p>When the attribute is <em>not</em> specified, if there is a
   <em>missing value default</em> state defined, then that is the state
   represented by the (missing) attribute. Otherwise, the absence of
   the attribute means that there is no state represented.</p>
   <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>
   <h3>Documents and document fragments</h3>
   <p>Elements, attributes, and attribute values in HTML are defined
   (by this specification) to have certain meanings (semantics). For
   example, the <code>ol</code> element represents an ordered list, and
@@ -17460,20 +17462,25 @@ mpt says:
   <p>The <code title="rel-search">search</code> keyword may be used
   with <code>link</code>, <code>a</code>, and <code>area</code>
   elements. For <code>link</code> elements, it creates a <span
   title="hyperlink link">hyperlink</span>.</p>
   <p>The <code title="rel-search">search</code> keyword indicates that
   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>
   <p>The <code title="rel-stylesheet">stylesheet</code> keyword may be
   used with <code>link</code> elements, for which it creates an <span
   title="external resource link">external resource link</span> that
   contributes to the <span>styling processing model</span>.</p>
   <p>The specified resource is a resource that describes how to
   present the document. Exactly how the resource is to be processed