Changes to Mallard
Changes in Mallard 1.1
The new th element can be used alongside td elements to indicate header cells, just like in HTML. See and .
The id attribute on section elements is now optional. See .
The new div element is a generic block container element without semantics, allowing simple formal paragraphs, easier content reuse, and better behavior for extensions. See and .
Formal block elements, including lists and tables, may now contain an optional info element to provide metadata such as attributions, licensing information, and additional titles for extensions. See and .
Informational link elements may now point to external resources using an href attribute and provide a title and other metadata as child content. Support for external informational links depends on . See and .
The links element accepts a role attribute, allowing you to specify a link title role to try before using the standard link title role for the particular type of links element. See .