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That’s his own fault for not checking the event handler to begin with.

I mean, then it would be your own fault for not checking the attribute to begin with. What's the difference?

The attribute where it went wrong might not be obvious.

The same can be said of events. I guess my point boils down to: anything that can go wrong in HTML has a direct analog in JavaScript, and there's a thousand extra things that can go wrong in JS as well.

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