Maybe it's me but I think most (even W3C) HTML/CSS/Java...err..ECMAscript documentation sucks. It's very difficult to search and oh brother is it dryer than white toast that's been sitting on the counter for a few days. Recently I've been turned on to firefox's html validator. I think that's the direction you need to go ... show me documentation when I need it, where I need it and only about what I need -- I really don't want to see your *marketing pop* when all I need to know is if a tag or attribute is deprecated for a particular doctype. But hey ... that's just me.
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