On Wed, Nov 26, 2014 at 9:50 AM, Simon Pieters <sim...@opera.com> wrote:
> Make the end tag optional and have <menuitem>, <menu> and <hr> generate
> implied </menuitem> end tags. (Maybe other tags like <li> and <p> can also
> imply </menuitem>.) The label attribute be honored if specified, otherwise
> use the textContent with leading and trailing whitespace trimmed.
> This would allow either syntax unless I'm missing something.

File an issue on doing this?

Are Firefox and Chrome (behind a flag) implementing this feature
identical otherwise? Anything they don't implement from the <menu>
setup? It seems at this point we should cut our losses and remove
unimplemented markup features and defer to custom elements for the
foreseeable future.


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