[TYPO3] HTML 4.01 Strict?
matthew at manderson.co.uk
Tue Sep 26 12:59:08 CEST 2006
> Why on earth would you want to run it on HTML 4.0.1? If you want that
> then use an older version. Can't think of any good reason though.
I am working on a TYPO3 site that is part of an EU project that requires
HTML 4.0.1 strict as a organisation-wide coding standard. Nothing wrong
with that at all. Why do you think otherwise?
4.0.1 is the final release of HTML and as such remains the defacto standard
for HTML adherence. From this point forward web developers choose either
HTML or XHTML.
My reason for HTML strict aside. TYPO3 v4 by default kicks out hard coded
xhtml tags. It is not possible without hacking to go even to the TYPO3 v4
default of HTML transitional.
Since when did I miss that TYPO3 v4 no longer supports HTML?
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