Since DOM starts to allow multiple nodes to be manipulated in bulk (e.g.,
node.before, node.after), does it make sense to allow multiple nodes to be
inserted into a range as well?
For example, range.insertNodes(nodes).
Also have a quick question on the algorithm of node.before and likes:
The before(nodes) method must run these steps:
1.If the context object does not have a parent, terminate these steps.
2.Run the mutation method macro.
3.Pre-insert node into the context object's parent before the context object.
Shouldn't step 3 be something like "For each node in nodes ...", node was never
defined in the algorithm. But maybe I missed something.
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