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 			<li><a href=#substitution><span class=secno>4.3 </span>Substitution</a>
 				<ol>
 					<li><a href=#string-substitutions><span class=secno>4.3.1 </span>String substitutions</a></li>
-					<li><a href=#comment-substitutions><span class=secno>4.3.2 </span>Comment substitutions</a></li></ol></li></ol></li></ol>
+					<li><a href=#comment-substitutions><span class=secno>4.3.2 </span>Comment substitutions</a></li></ol></li></ol></li>
+	<li><a class=no-num href=#acknowledgements>Acknowledgements</a></li></ol>
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 <h2 id=introduction><span class=secno>1 </span>Introduction</h2>
 use&lt;/a&gt; rules apply.&lt;/p&gt;</code> (parsed as an XML fragment, and serialized
 into the output document in the needed format).
 </dd></dl>
+
+<h2 class=no-num id=acknowledgements>Acknowledgements</h2>
+
+<p>Thanks to Andrew Sidwell, Anne van Kesteren, Henri Sivonen, Ian Hickson,
+James Graham, Lachlan Hunt, Magnus Kristiansen, Michael(tm) Smith, and Philip
+Taylor for their ever needed help.</p>
+
+<p>Special thanks to Bert Bos for creating the CSS3 Module Postprocessor, on
+which this is partially based, and (with <a href=#w3c-compat><code>--w3c-compat</code></a>) claims to be
+partially compatible with. Further special thanks to Bert Bos for creating a
+number of things (especially as the algorithm for finding the <a href=#w3c-status>W3C
+status</a>) that took the author of the spec-gen many hours to reverse
+engineer.</p>
 </body></html>
 use&lt;/a> rules apply.&lt;/p></code> (parsed as an XML fragment, and serialized
 into the output document in the needed format).
 </dl>
+
+<h2 class="no-num">Acknowledgements</h2>
+
+<p>Thanks to Andrew Sidwell, Anne van Kesteren, Henri Sivonen, Ian Hickson,
+James Graham, Lachlan Hunt, Magnus Kristiansen, Michael(tm) Smith, and Philip
+Taylor for their ever needed help.</p>
+
+<p>Special thanks to Bert Bos for creating the CSS3 Module Postprocessor, on
+which this is partially based, and (with <code>--w3c-compat</code>) claims to be
+partially compatible with. Further special thanks to Bert Bos for creating a
+number of things (especially as the algorithm for finding the <span>W3C
+status</span>) that took the author of the spec-gen many hours to reverse
+engineer.</p>