At 8:47 PM -0400 6/17/09, Robert Cummings wrote:
As I understand it and is my experience, that is true -- a
stand-alone HTML attribute should be equal to itself, such as
selected="selected", or more specifically selected="SELECTED".
How is that MORE specific? XHTML is like a cross-section of XML and
HTML. It is case sensitive, so using an uppercase value in this
context is LESS specific.
It's by definition that case-sensitive is more specific than
case-insensitive -- for example with respect to case-insensitive
"selected", "SELECTED", and "SeLeCtEd" are all the same whereas case
sensitive is more specific. Is this not true?
Or do you have a different definition that states more variety is
As far as using selected="selected" or selected="SELECTED", I prefer
the latter -- but I don't think it makes much difference. Do you see
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