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Re: Well formed verses Valid code


From: Joshue O Connor
Date: Feb 26, 2007 12:20PM

In the http://blog.fawny.org/ post on the 'Influence of valid code on
screen readers':

>>Joe Clark says:

>[Product 1] does tend to behave better with valid code because the
browser behaves better with valid code. Take, for example, tables.
>Invalid table code may cause tables to be rendered incorrectly, thereby
causing [Product 1] to read them incorrectly.


However, in order to figure out this willfully obscure posting are we
supposed to play guess the user agent, starring our special guest
mystery user agent <lights><drumroll> [insert random ambiguous
initialism starting with a J or W E, or maybe even an S or a



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