But you no longer have the guarantee of ID uniqueness.

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So you can have a page with an ID which has an iframe with an identical ID, and both pages are valid HTML per the spec.

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Because iframes are different pages, they don't have to adhere to the unique ID syntax rule; it would be impossible for a page to ensure it has unique IDs relative to any page that it would be embedded in.

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Just came across an interesting source of front-end bugs: the DOM API (and its clients, like jQuery, etc.) allow you to traverse into and select from iframes.

docker is just raspberry pi for people with commitment issues

never, never in my entire life have I seen an IDE which runs spellcheck on code. DataGrip is cursed.

hey look, the least sketchy ad I've ever seen

"Login to Your Account"

It's too easy to let rightful criticism of corporations, military contractors, and unethical uses of technology cloud the fact that there's a tremendous amount of good that comes from tech.

I've often maintained that computers and technology have been a *net* good for our society.

Roger Ebert's talk about using computer voice synthesis and the Internet to continue to speak after losing his voice to cancer is a stark reminder of that.

ted.com/talks/roger_ebert_rema

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