Just for fun: Bad code still loads
Just for the fun of it I made a page using as much bad/missing/deprecated code as possible to see how far a browser (tested in FF and IE) can be pushed and still render the page as intended (and also serve as a 'what not to do' example). Yes, I am including IE in the 'browser' category, but only grudgingly.
Amazing what will actually load up even considering IE quirks mode. Can anyone tell me why this works?
Last edited by Kevey; 04-05-2006 at 09:57 PM.
I get some 27 'warnings'
'Warnings' are not the same as 'errors'. And in the absence of a valid !doctype statement, all broswers (incl. Fx) will attempt to render in a 'quirks' mode. And I have seen pages with FAR more wrong in it than this one... some pages I've seen have HUNDREDS of 'warnings' and DOZENS of actual bona~fide errors...
Put in a valid !doctype statement and see if this still the case with your test page...
Last edited by WebJoel; 04-06-2006 at 08:16 AM.
You could even use a transitional doctype, and most (all?) of those deprecated elements would still be valid.
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