[charmod-norm] Case matching example seems wrong

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[charmod-norm] Case matching example seems wrong

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== Case matching example seems wrong ==

> For example, this occurs when matching class names between an HTML
document and its associated style sheet. Consider this HTML fragment:

> Example 3
> <style type="text/css">
>   SPAN.h\e9llo {
>      text-decoration: underline;
>   }
> </style>
> <span class="h&#xe9;llo">Hello World!</span>
> The SPAN in the stylesheet matches the span element in the document,
 even though one is uppercase and the other is not.

The text before the example box talks about matching class names, but
the example shows matching of element names.  (Note that the escaped é
 is rather distracting, and i'm not sure why it's there. It _is_ in
the class name, but there's no case distinction.)

See https://github.com/w3c/charmod-norm/issues/99
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