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>Adopting IE's approach here then might have told Microsoft "you can do whatever you want with IE and we'll adjust the standards to make it legal".

No, making an exception for this one case won't send that message. No one is telling them to change the standards for the rest of the quirks, many of which are arbitrary or just convention.




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