Help with site
Barry Gershenfeld email (remove spam text)
>> I do not understand why this would occur as the HTML code is standard.
>Unfortunately, this isn't true. Yes, there IS a standard, but not all
>browsers adhere to it. Example, IE doesn't mind if you don't close out your
>table tags (td, tr, etc), yet Netscape will scream if you don't.
It would be nice if this were the case. But in my experience most
browsers, upon encountering an error, don't say anything! They
just play dumb -- they try to display something approximate or
leave out the things they don't understand. Or they make
assumptions about missing tags, and thus make you think
your page is error-free, when it isn't.
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