Re: DTD thing.

Chris Wilson (cwilso@microsoft.com)
Thu, 14 Mar 1996 11:46:06 -0800


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From: "Chris Wilson (PSD)" <cwilso@microsoft.com>
To: "'www-html@w3.org'" <www-html@w3.org>,
Subject: RE: DTD thing.
Date: Thu, 14 Mar 1996 11:46:06 -0800

>Charles Peyton Taylor writes:
>> Now that the HTML 3 draft is two weeks shy of becoming 
>> a year old, is there a new HTML 3 DTD?  Or should people 
>> just use the Microsoft IE DTD?

The Microsoft IE draft we released is intended to represent the HTML
code handled by Internet Explorer 2.0.  It is *not* intended (at this
point) to be a replacement for the HTML 3 DTD.  It is, however, a good
representative of what is supported by the major browsers out there -
notably, we tried to document <CENTER>, etc.
 
>Gerald Oskoboiny[SMTP:gerald@cs.ualberta.ca] wrote:
>>This DTD is for MSIE 2.0, apparently... I assume the next DTD they release
>>(for MSIE 3.0) will have stuff for style sheets in it.

Absolutely correct.  The DTD we released is representative of Internet
Explorer 2.0.  We will in the future release a new DTD that represents
Internet Explorer 3.0, which will contain the newer table work as well
as stylesheet items.
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>	-Chris
>Chris Wilson
>cwilso@microsoft.com
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