2.2.47 [W3C-HTML51] Section 8.2 Parsing HTML documents
C0079: Parsing continues even if there are parsing errors
The specification states:
8.2 Parsing HTML documents ... This specification defines the parsing rules for HTML documents, whether they are syntactically correct or not. Certain points in the parsing algorithm are said to be parse errors. The error handling for parse errors is well-defined (that's the processing rules described throughout this specification), but user agents, while parsing an HTML document, may abort the parser at the first parse error that they encounter for which they do not wish to apply the rules described in this specification.
Parsing continues even if there are parsing errors. The errors are reported to the console. An abort does not occur unless there is a catastrophic failure.