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Thread began 3/02/2012 7:10 am by caricatu310873 | Last modified 8/06/2012 10:43 am by caricatu310873 | 2058 views | 13 replies


Incompatability Between XHTML and Browsers

How are you guys handling the incompatibility between XHTML and Browsers such as in the "onload" and onLoad" commands?

W3C guidelines dictate through a capitalization rule that "onload" is the correct spelling, where IE treats "onLoad as the correct spelling, even up through IE 8".

Several common browsers do not fully support XHTML (strict or transitional) well. There is a rumor going around that IE9 isn't going to support XHTML at all. I hope that's not true.

How are you guys handling the disparities between W3C Internet Standards and "Browser Standards" in your newer version software?

Should this be broken out to a new thread?


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