From: "Jonathan Rochkind" <[log in to unmask]>
> HTML works out pretty well. If our biggest failures were 'failures' like
> HTML, we'd be doing pretty well.
HTML is a wonderful standard.
And I don't mean to take the discussion off-course. My point was simply
that because early browsers did not insist on clean html, the proliferation
of unlean html has reached the point where, well, whether you consider it a
"mess" or not depends on how much importance you place on clean html. It's
important to me.