It would be a poor browser design which differentiated between <br> and
<br />. I've just tested with old versions of netscape (4.0 series) and a
friend is digging up some 2.* and 3.* style browsers just to verify.


On Thu, 24 May 2001, Brian Tanner wrote:

> Ok, I've seen this "bug" reported too many times to sit idly by.
> :)
> The <br /> has the "/" so that the html is XHTML compliant. (if memory
> serves)
> My question -- is this breaking anything for anyone?  Is <br /> in any way
> detrimental to browsers anywhere?
> Brian Tanner
> Project Manager
> Zaam Internet Solutions

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