Message-Id: <199611232353.RAA06198@inet.htcnet.com> From: "Carl Morris" <email@example.com> To: "WWW HTML List" <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: HTML 3.2 PR: Please add CLASS attribute! Date: Sat, 23 Nov 1996 17:51:02 -0600 | That's because they are validating according the HTML specification. Because | HTML is *not* designed to be extensible, the validator is doing the right | thing. You cannot really violate the HTML standard and then complain that an | HTML validator points that out. | | If you want extensible markup, you should encourage your browser vendor to | support XML. HTML is extensible, adding a new tag today does not delete the browser of yesterday, you just don't get 100% expected results, DUH! Lets face it, HTML 3.2 won't work then until every browser is 3.2 compliant, and there are many a browser that has not been updated in years now.