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    I quoted it: I presume the original meaning that...

    I quoted it: I presume the original meaning that I was quoting was 'unreasonably rigid' :)
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    It does, but fairly few of them (and 'works' here...

    It does, but fairly few of them (and 'works' here depends on whether the user thinks to scroll down what appears to be a blank-ish page, too).

    The W3C standards really aren't 'rigid' at all. Most...
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    I'm afraid that those Java applets have got to...

    I'm afraid that those Java applets have got to go. :) They're not at all accessible, there's no sensible fallback, they take ages to load, and they're frankly huge, both in terms of bandwidth and...
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    If you stick with XHTML then you must set your...

    If you stick with XHTML then you must set your Content-Type appropriately to prevent it being parsed as malformed HTML. Read this list of common coding errors and follow the links on the section...
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    You almost certainly don't want an XHTML DOCTYPE...

    You almost certainly don't want an XHTML DOCTYPE — XHTML is currently unsupported by IE. You definitely don't want a transitional DOCTYPE — transitional DOCTYPEs are outdated, and nobody should have...
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