Onideus Mad Hatter wrote:
> no browser maker on the planet actually adheres to ALL of the W3C's
> RECOMMENDATIONS. And all it takes is ONE to throw the whole concept
> in the garbage.
It is true that no browser adheres to all of the W3C recs, but I do not
agree with your conclusion. Although the browsers are not perfect
implementations, they are still a good approximation of W3C
recommendations, and as each new version is released, they tend to get
closer, not further away.
So although real world browser testing is still a requirement, and likely
will be for many years to come, there is still a lot of value in following
the W3C recs.
Toby A Inkster BSc (Hons) ARCS
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