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XHTML and form elements

From: Emlyn Addison <emlyn@neinetwork.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Nov 2003 10:17:49 -0500
Message-ID: <066501c3a479$23ca3b80$fe04a8c0@s0024872641>
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I've had my hand slapped for posting this to the wrong forum:

1. Why is XHTML considered invalid if form elements are split between the cells of a table [used for layout purposes]?

2. Why do the <form> and </form> elements include [seemingly useless] vertical spacing if they're invisible?


I'd appreciate any constructive, enlightening responses.

Thanks.

Emlyn


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Emlyn Addison
Director of Creative Services
www.RI.gov -  Rhode Island Government Online
401.831.8099 x24
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