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Old 07-29-2007, 06:24 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by iamback View Post
Go on, convert to XHTML already!
Well, let me just clarify about that. Most--if not all--of the pages I create these days are XHTML. However, I really haven't felt the need to go back and convert old pages that have just been sitting on the server for years over to XHTML. I probably even have a handful of HTML 3.2 pages still floating around. I can't imagine any user agent not rendering old HTML even if it may not recognize depreciated elements--which I probably didn't use.

Does anyone here have any idea how many legacy pages are out there in general? How many HTML 2.0 and 3.2 pages are still out there on the web? Surely someone on the web has attempted to collect statistics.

Anyway, It's probably just a matter of me going through and running TIDY on everything with the ASXHTML switch, and seeing if it complains. But, of course, that means taking some considerable amount of time on pages that most people probably never even lookout any more.
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