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I'm saying, why go back and support a dead standard?

Originally Posted by Bob Williams
Like what, specifically?
I just took a quick look at it, but things like <td><td>. I've mucked through a lot of bad code that was written just poorly enough to work in IE. Really the author wanted <td></td> or <td></td><td>. If other browser display this as the code is written, then many sites would be broken in those browsers.

On the note about click on the text next to a form element, I have noticed that the apple store has this working with WebKit. I haven't looked to see how they did it, however. I've also noticed IE does this too on some MS sites. I'm guessing neither of them are standard.