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When looking at the HTML source of an arbitrary revision history page, I noticed that there are multiple divs with ID question.

To recapitulate,

id = name [CS]
This attribute assigns a name to an element. This name must be unique in a document.

So, why are there multiple divs with the same ID on these pages?

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These IDs are now revision guids themselves, no more conflict!

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