Re: why XHTML was Re:'s review of RNIB relaunch

On 25 Jun, Matt May wrote:

> So? Same's true of HTML 4.01 Strict: Amaya refuses to render invalid 
> Strict content. But the other browser makers (rightly) assume that it's 
> better to accommodate the user by working around errors in authored 
> content than to punish them.

  Should we interpret that to mean that a user-agent should
  "accommodate" users by ignoring parts of the XML specs when rendering

  If so, any other parts we should have fun with ignoring whilst we're
  at it ?

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Received on Wednesday, 25 June 2003 17:20:52 UTC