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Broken in:
3.23
Fixed in:
5.900-TRIAL



Subject: Documentation for tree/element traversal is conflicting/confusing
From HTML::Element: `The most straightforward way to look over a tree is to "traverse" it; an HTML::Element method ($h->traverse) is provided for this purpose; and several other HTML::Element methods are based on it.` A little below: `Lengthy discussion of HTML::Element's unnecessary and confusing traverse method has been moved to a separate file: HTML::Element::traverse` HTML::Element::traverse itself mentions that it's deprecated. Would be great to deprecate "traverse" everywhere and perhaps have a piece of sample code for traversing.
Documentation clarified in 5.900.


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