Re: "99% done (stalled)"

From: Ashley M. Kirchner <>
Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2000 12:23:37 -0600
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Tom von Alten wrote:

> all tag arguments are supposed to be quoted (e.g. <table width="100%">).
> Making all tags paired is on that list of requirements, too, but that's
> tedious enough (for manual editing) that I'm not bothering to do it yet,
> myself.

    As I go through the src right now, and checking for quoted tags, is there any rule that says _how_ they should be quoted? i.e.: <P ALIGN="center">, <P ALIGN="CENTER">, <p align="CENTER">, <p align="center">....keep going.

    Since I use HomeSite for most of my HTML editing, it tends to uppercase all tags, and lowercase all tag options: <P ALIGN="center"> or <TABLE ALIGN="right">...

    Is there any real preference, or is there an actual W3C rule that says how they should be done? Josť Kahan?

    I don't want to end up fixing these tags, only to have to do it again in the future.


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