I wonder which is easier, creating valid HTML or testing all browsers. Given that the browsers still have differences in their rendering (especially when there are plenty of users still on older browsers that may not render "valid" HTML properly), that's kind of a moot point.I don't care whether it validates to fit the standards or not -- I'm still going to test it in the browsers.dsbrady
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