>From one hand - custom attributes, if they are not described in DTD,
are evil for valid Transitional or Strict modes - they lead document
to quirck mode

>From another hand - they make the life easy for developers with their
ability to store a lot of metadata like: required="true" mask="^w+..."
oldValue="345" emptyVlue="0" min="10" max="1000" rowID="1213" and etc

there is an offer to store whole metadata into css classname attribute
(it maybe a very long string with keypairs) - which as for me its very
very complex to analyze and modify

What do you think about it?
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