At 15:22 09.11.2002, @ Edwin said:
>True. And & IS a valid html. In fact, changing & to & is the only
>way I could pass the xhtml validator. So, it's not really a bug when the
>validator complains about the & sign...

Right you are (and shame on me).
I just now doublechecked the RFC's - the '&' character is reserved within
HTML, it always starts a character entity, either a named or a numbered one.

So: YOU are right, the W3C Validator was right, and I was simply WRONG -
apologies for any misinformation.

   >O     Ernest E. Vogelsinger
   (\)    ICQ #13394035

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