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. It doesn't happen very often any more; I've only seen it a handful of times recently with empty attributes (i.e.
). In other words -- it's best to not use spaces around the equal sign (=) separating the attribute from its value. Makes HTML parsing or regular expressions much easier as well. I know that HTML5 explicitly allows space characters (which, IMO is a bad move), but I still recommend against it.