Re: A good how-to write HTML guide (was: Re: Agenda)

Ka-Ping Yee (
Wed, 19 Jul 95 03:05:43 EDT

On Thu, 13 Jul 1995 wrote:
> If my tail light is burned out, I hope someone tells me
> about it before I get a ticket, but if I DO end up with a ticket, I get
> my tail light fixed, and everybody is safer. The time is coming that
> we should start thinking about ticketing.

Add another voice of agreement. I'd actually suggest that a firm
recommendation be made in the HTML 3 specification to encourage
User-Agent creators to verify syntax and notify the user of bad HTML. The
way it stands, it's hard to blame the authors who write horrible HTML --
they can't tell the difference!

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