Re: Not compliant XHTML MS tests.

Arron Eicholz wrote:
> Anne van Kesteren wrote:
>>> I agree that cases should validate but there are some exceptions.
>> When
>>> the case is flagged HTMLonly it doesn't necessarily have to validate
>> as
>>> XHTML does it? Those cases might not validate for XHTML. There could
>> be
>>> all sorts of deprecated attributes and tags in there that might not
>>> allow XHTML to validate but would be perfectly fine in HTML.
>> HTML and XHTML share the same vocabulary, so I don't think that's true.
> XHTML does not support the 'nowrap' attribute on the 'td' tag. This
> case is specifically called out in the whitespace section of the
> CSS spec and this is one case that will not validate as XHTML. I'm
> sure there are others but this is one that I know isn't valid in XHTML.

Then for these cases make sure it is at least well-formed XML.


Received on Friday, 4 April 2008 17:05:03 UTC