>Well... no, this won't work, or shouldn't. TITLE in html is
>not defined as
>an empty element (i.e., one without content), so it cannot be legally
>treated as such (whether you use <TITLE>, <TITLE/>, or <TITLE
>/>). It needs
>both an open tag and a close tag to be valid.
sorry, bad example.
I was referring to any empty tag.
The <br/> syntax is xml.
HTML uses <br> which is invalid in XML, since all tags must
I simply used title as the element name.
Sorry for that.
>At 07:38 AM 2/2/00 +0000, David Pawson wrote:
>> >Actually, as I understand it, the construction <TITLE/> should
>> >be the same as <TITLE></TITLE>.
>> >I guess Netscape recognizes this construction, but IE doesn't?
>>Try <title />
>>Insert the space before the forward slash.
>>Same with <br />
>>It keeps the browsers happy :-)
>>Remember you're coming from XML.
>>HTML is SGML whereas empty elements < />
>>are XML syntax.