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Do you think the HTML spec should do something differently? You can discuss spec feedback here, but you should send it to the WHATWG mailing list or file a bug in the W3C bugzilla for it to be considered.
How about the browser implements this?
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<a href="json.php" target="#foo" async="true" history="true" where="replace">asynclink</a>
<async url="json.php" target="#foo" history="true" where="replace">asynclink</async>
This is just like fackbook's quickling.
You can see demo at:http://enmaai.github.com/async-link/
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Because many users have Scripting deactivated or use add-ins like "NoScript". They do so because of security or other reasons. Or you are on a machine (school, university, work,...) where you are not allowed or even not able to change the settings.
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