RE: Re: JavaScript, rails, and the W3C

onclick = valid… onClick == invalid.
This was fixed in some spots… But I believe it pops up in
other spots.

Just curious, if passing a machine-test is important, why use a DocType
(XHTML 1.0 Strict, was it?) that doesn’t provide a lot benefit for all
the hoops one would have to go through?

Unless you really need to serve XML documents, HTML 4.01 seems to be a
better choice?

That said, validation is only one part of accessibility.’

Absolutely. Underscore that valid mark-up != accessibility.

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