You are right - I don't need to add "px", I moved all inits to one process, so almost no tag has its own init and it speeded up but still too slow :)
"Does it really matter to you whether width and height go to their own HTML attributes or into the style attribute?"
Unfortunately - yes, I checked that, and after setting up values height and width as HTML attribs, you can't dynamically change them in the future (and I need that).
On the picture below You can see I'm using your <width> and <height> method, but I must get back to <Style> method, cause of that dynamic thing.
You also wrote:
"CSS-only Attributes are mapped into to the style element"
I don't know if You meant using <Style> and concatenations like those below, or using just <top> and <left> and it should be mapped to CSS style (I tried that and got message: "An error has occurred: this.styleLAttributeElements is undefined")? If latter - what about mapping <width> and <height> to CSS instead to HTML attribs? Is there faster way than using <Style>?
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