"Ernest E Vogelsinger" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> If this is really what the W3C validator tells you you should file a bug
> report, IMHO. Passing GET variables should be valid HTML ;-)


True. And &amp; IS a valid html. In fact, changing & to &amp; is the only
way I could pass the xhtml validator. So, it's not really a bug when the
validator complains about the & sign...

- E

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