Re: BBC website now entirely valid XHTML 1.0 Strict

"123Jim" <jnkjnjnini@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I come back from holiday to find that the BBC now validates XHTML 1.0
Is this the way to go? Not HTML 4.01 strict?

ah, ok, on further clicking I find it's ~largely~ XHTML strict .. still a
good effort showing the others the way! Good to see my license fee is being
used for ~some~ good.


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