> He who lives in a glass house etc, etc...

Hi Paul,

you're right and I'm sorry if my comment came across too negative. In
fact, I was rather amused that Opera, which I value for its fight for
standards compliance, was advertising a course on standard compliant
HTML programming and doing such an annoying mistake.

I am totally aware of where Fairfax' (and, in fact, also all our
competitor's) websites are at re validation, hence my bowing to Opera
for not having validation mistakes. Once you know what a backend process
involves in a large company the task of bringing perfectly valid
frontend code into the deployed site online is the true challenge.


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