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This makes two major changes:
(1) Replaces HtmlSanitizer and HtmlCompiler with a mechanism that
outputs a static HTML chunk and then reworks it to add dynamic
(2) Added an ID suffix to PluginMeta so that containers which can
avoid suffix overlap can move more rewriting to the static side.
The new HtmlSanitizer and HtmlCompiler use that when rewriting
CSS so a noscript version of a gadget will be properly styled.
Can someone please change the pronunciation guide to IPA? I still can't tell how this is pronounced. (is it 'car-har', or 'kay-har', or ka-ha like cat-hat without the t??). The ref given for the current pronunciation says, "like Baja, but with a K" so how does one pronounce Baja??
There needs to be more on this. For example even though this is used on Google Sites the limitations are not made clear to page developers. Limitations can be tailored by the website owners (Google, Yahoo etc) but developers of pages/gadgets are not told what the limitations are.
Google also use this on Blogspot. QuentinUK (talk) 15:01, 18 January 2015 (UTC)