On Wed, 17 Jun 2009 22:51:55 +0100, Ashley Sheridan wrote:

> I read somewhere that the XHTML standards say that for all attributes
> that would normally be standalone in HTML, they should be given a value
> that is the same as the attribute name, so you would use
> multiple="multiple", selected="selected", checked="checked", etc. As far
> as I know, using this in regular HTML won't cause it to choke either, as
> the parsers tend to only look at the existence of the attributes, not
> the values they may or may not have.

That's probably true, though.


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