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- Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn
May 6, 2010, 11:54 am
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David Mark wrote:
Deprecated yes (so not Valid in HTML 4.01 Strict), malformed no; whitespace
is allowed before and after the `=' but unless the attribute value is quoted
and the whitespace occurs within the quoted part, it does not add to that
value. It is not XML-well-formed, but this is HTML (sort of).
But: In HTML, the value must be "gray", if that. (The W3C Validator and the
WDG HTML Validator cannot spot this. Which can?)
The same, given this invalid markup? (Attribute values containing `(' or
`)' must be single- or double-quoted.)
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