I was reading about the different doctypes (http://www.webmasterworld.com/html/3061635.htm)
Under the strict doctype it says "HTML 4.01 Strict does not include older presentational HTML such as font elements: they will still work, but the page won't validate."
Does this mean <p><font size="3" color="red">This is some text!</font></p> is invalid, but all font code in css validates?
The answer to your question is 'yes'. Keep in mind that valid HTML and valid CSS are separate issues.
Webmasterworld also shows under HTML 4.01 Transitional "You want to open links in new windows"
I take it that's the default if you haven't specified target? What's the default for strict?
For strict it shows:
You are catering for modern browsers (including IE6)
You want your page to work in alternative devices (mobile phones, consoles)
You want to improve your content-to-code ratio
How is the strict doctype catering towards modern browsers and mobile devices? And how does it improve your content to code ratio? Simply because all presentation elements are in css and not html? You can do that with Transitional.
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