Where HTML Browsers Aren't Real Smart
An incomplete interface
A single vocabulary
HTML's biggest problem isn't simply structure vs. formatting - it's that HTML itself can't possibly do everything that developers want to see happen in a browser interface.
HTML's simplistic approach to hypertext helped it take off, but its limitations have grown clearer and clearer as hypertext has grown.
Plain Text-based inputs
HTML forms let you work with a limited variety of input types, all of which are reported as simple text.
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