Bob McConnell wrote:

Our SOP is to generate standards compliant pages, validate them with
Firefox and the HTML Validator add-on, then deal with the deviant
browsers. It's a lot less work than trying to do it the other way
around. There are a few minor issues, such as W3C still refusing to
allow the autocomplete attribute for forms, while PCI requires it. But
those are few and far between.

Go HTML 5.
It doesn't work with the validator plugin but it validates at W3C.

And while going HTML 5, start migrating to HTML 5 layout.


<div id="aside">
// stuff

Most browsers do not recognize the HTML 5 layout tags yet, so you have to wrap them in a div and attach the style to the div, but as browsers start adopting HTML 5 your content will work with context features even while still wrapped in the div tags.

It is particularly useful for article and section, where the depth of a section within an article can be helpful for non visual browsers.

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