doc: fix up some HTML issues in go_spec.html

The HTML linter 'tidy' reports:

	go_spec.html:2556: Warning: unescaped & which should be written as &
	go_spec.html:3293: Warning: unescaped & or unknown entity "&s1"
	go_spec.html:3293: Warning: unescaped & or unknown entity "&a"
	go_spec.html:3294: Warning: unescaped & or unknown entity "&s2"
	go_spec.html:3294: Warning: unescaped & or unknown entity "&a"
	go_spec.html:2045: Warning: trimming empty <p>
	go_spec.html:4526: Warning: trimming empty <ul>
	go_spec.html:4533: Warning: trimming empty <ul>
	go_spec.html:4539: Warning: trimming empty <ul>

This CL fixes all but the <ul> ones, which I think should be fixed
but are defended by a comment.

Change-Id: I0ca88f5e80755024801877ab1298025ecf8f10c5
Reviewed-by: Brad Fitzpatrick <>
Reviewed-by: Tobias Klauser <>
1 file changed
tree: aa9d292ce82cb009d3d860b3f604262c62c65012
  1. .gitattributes
  2. .github/
  3. .gitignore
  11. api/
  12. doc/
  13. favicon.ico
  14. lib/
  15. misc/
  16. robots.txt
  17. src/
  18. test/

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