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- Bruno Schneider
September 4, 2008, 7:01 pm
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I've seen this page, that seems invalid to me. Doctype is incomplete
and it does not have a <body> tag. However, W3C validator validates it
as HTML 4.01 strict, even when I force the DOCTYPE. I think it should
be a bug in the validator, but perhaps, I missed something. What do
Re: Document seems invalid, but validates as HTML 4.01 strict
In comp.infosystems.www.authoring.html on Thu, 4 Sep 2008 12:01:09
That's unusual, but the result seems to be that the validator treats
it as "strict".
<body> can be implied, not specified, in HTML. HTML is a subset of
SGML, not XML.
I think it's nice to see an 18-year-old sharing his photos somewhere
other than crap sites like myspace or facebook.
I think it's also nice that the W3C validator takes "strict" as its
The site would benefit from abandoning tables for layout, of course.
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