On Tuesday, February 12, 2002, at 09:10 PM, Miles Thompson wrote:
> You're right Erik. Subtle, ain't it?
> On the other hand, look how accepting browsers are of malformed HTML.
> I'm inclined to think that today they see the <HTML> tag and 'think':
> "So, we assumed HTML anyway."
True! I suppose that it's easier to NOT code them to look for <html>
tags (I think IE uses the filename extension, actually), but it couldn't
be a huge addition to the code. Still, my biggest hangup with browsers
is inconsistent CSS support. My page looks completely different in
IE5.1 Mac, IE 5 Windows, and IE 6 Windows... and I have to say that IE
5.1 Mac renders it in the "correct" way, not version 6 as you might
Browsers tolerate a little -too- much, but I do demand more than I
should of HTML authors (I try to only use XHTML Strict).
Web Developer Temp
Media Lab, H.H. Brown
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