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Re: HTML 4.x or XHTML for accessibility

From: Andrew McFarland <andrew.mcfarland@unite.net>
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2002 10:24:23 +0100
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At 09:16 18/06/2002 +0100, jonathan chetwynd wrote:
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>My most serious concern regarding xhtml, and xml (and this future), is 
>that
>code that has errors will not be rendered

Surely this is a good thing? If only valid code is rendered then only valid 
code will be produced, meaning an end to the horrific tag soup that renders 
unpredictably. From the accessibility and usability point of view 
unpredictable rendering is not good.

Andrew
Received on Tuesday, 18 June 2002 05:27:14 GMT

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