Idiosyncrasies of the HTML parser

Written by Bramus! / Original link on Oct. 4, 2019

Highly interesting book (in the making) by Simon Pieters, on how HTML parsers work:

The HTML parser is a piece of software that processes HTML markup and produces an in-memory tree representation (known as the DOM).

The HTML parser has many strange behaviors. This book will highlight the ins and outs of the HTML parser, and contains almost-impossible quizzes.

Not for beginning audiences!

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