2.1.18 [HTML5] Section 4.2.6 The style element

V0031: The disabled attribute is not supported

The specification states:

 4.2.6 The style element
     ...
     The disabled IDL attribute behaves as defined for the alternative style sheets DOM.

IE11 Mode, IE10 Mode, IE9 Mode, IE8 Mode, IE7 Mode, and IE5 (Quirks) Mode (All versions)

The disabled attribute is not supported.

V0032: No error event is fired on the style element in the case of a Content-Type mismatch

The specification states:

 4.2.6 The style element
     ...
     Once the attempts to obtain the style sheet's critical subresources, if any, are 
     complete, or, if the style sheet has no critical subresources, once the style sheet 
     has been parsed and processed, the user agent must, if the loads were successful or 
     there were none, queue a task to fire a simple event named load at the style element, 
     or, if one of the style sheet's critical subresources failed to completely load for 
     any reason (e.g. DNS error, HTTP 404 response, a connection being prematurely closed, 
     unsupported Content-Type), queue a task to fire a simple event named error at the 
     style element.

All document modes (All versions)

No error event is fired on the style element in the case of a Content-Type mismatch.

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