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Re: Well formed verses Valid code


From: Joshue O Connor
Date: Feb 26, 2007 3:50AM

>Phil said:
>It was an issue for Talklets.

Can you please expand on what happened?

> So I'd ask (as an AT developer) that Web designers avoid mixing markup and
> code with 'normal' text. Please :) e.g seperate out into another container
> element and lable it 'Code'.

Sorry Phil, just to get this straight in my head. Do you mean don't use
character encoding (in the traditional method within your document) as
it somehow conflicts with your (or any) application? Or at least, put
the character encoding in another place, outside of the flow of normal
document text?



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