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I don't think we should use "browsing context" this way. In HTML5, a browsing context is a runtime document object (e.g. a window, tab, iframe), of which several might combine to form a user experience of a site; you seem to be using it to refer to different kinds of browsing experiences. I think this muddles the term. --[[User:Schepers|Doug Schepers]] 04:27, 21 May 2012 (UTC)
 
I don't think we should use "browsing context" this way. In HTML5, a browsing context is a runtime document object (e.g. a window, tab, iframe), of which several might combine to form a user experience of a site; you seem to be using it to refer to different kinds of browsing experiences. I think this muddles the term. --[[User:Schepers|Doug Schepers]] 04:27, 21 May 2012 (UTC)
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Ah. I didn't realise that. I'll think up a different term then. --[[User:Cmills|Chris Mills]]

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I don't think we should use "browsing context" this way. In HTML5, a browsing context is a runtime document object (e.g. a window, tab, iframe), of which several might combine to form a user experience of a site; you seem to be using it to refer to different kinds of browsing experiences. I think this muddles the term. --Doug Schepers 04:27, 21 May 2012 (UTC)

Ah. I didn't realise that. I'll think up a different term then. --Chris Mills