ATTN: Please comment on XHTML (before it's too late)
ann at webgeek.com
Sun Aug 29 23:31:04 BST 1999
At 05:22 PM 8/29/99 -0400, Braden N . McDaniel wrote:
>Creating an HTML 4.0 document that will be butchered by today's browsers
>is a snap. There are elements that remain unrecognized in the popular
>browsers. EMBED, which is part of no HTML spec, remains more popular on
>the Web than OBJECT simply because it works better. That's how it's less a
>reality than HTML 3.2.
If you have to reach for EMBED and OBJECT for examples, I can't by any
stretch call this a failure.
Nearly the entire HWG site is written in valid HTML 4.0 (and CSS) and it
doesn't fail at all (www.hwg.org)
It can be done, and it's not at all hard.
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