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    This is a preferred convenience directive that combines
    %HTML.AllowedElements and %HTML.AllowedAttributes.
    Specify elements and attributes that are allowed using:
    <code>element1[attr1|attr2],element2...</code>.  For example,
    if you would like to only allow paragraphs and links, specify
    <code>a[href],p</code>.  You can specify attributes that apply
    to all elements using an asterisk, e.g. <code>*[lang]</code>.
    You can also use newlines instead of commas to separate elements.
    All of the constraints on the component directives are still enforced.
    The syntax is a <em>subset</em> of TinyMCE's <code>valid_elements</code>
    whitelist: directly copy-pasting it here will probably result in
    broken whitelists. If %HTML.AllowedElements or %HTML.AllowedAttributes
    are set, this directive has no effect.
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