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html-style-rules: preference buffer-specific variable

Default value: 0

This variable contains bits that modify how Epsilon interprets HTML tags.

The 1 bit tells Epsilon that each start tag that has no matching end tag will be marked as such using the /> syntax for self-terminating tags, as in XHTML. Epsilon will assume for indenting and other purposes that a tag like <hr> begins a block that a later </hr> will end; the self-terminating form <hr /> doesn't begin such a block.

Without this bit, HTML mode uses the html-empty-elements, coldfusion-empty-elements, and html-no-indent-elements variables, as well as built-in logic for the elements li, option, p, dd, and dt, to decide which elements should have no end tags.



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