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Software specifications often contains information marked as non-normative or informative, which means that those are provided there for the purpose of helping the readers to understand the specification better or to show an example or a best practice, and not needed to be followed as a rule. Sections that contain official part of the specification that must be followed are often marked as normative.
- Description of normative and informative content in WHATWG wiki