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Old 05-11-2007, 08:27 AM   #3
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Hi Ian,

Call me an old cynic - but I suspect it means nothing now - perhaps in a few years. An awful lot of sites are still (mis)coded using HTML4 and font tag soup many years on from XHTML - so it's a "nice to have", but probably nothing to get too excited about!

Of course, things have slowly got better: not many of us worry what our pages look like in Netscape 4.7 for instance - remember those days?

At least this time we can have our tuppence worth - but the voice of the common (wo)man is usually drowned out by standardistas arguing about how many acronyms can dance on the head of a div, for instance!
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