In message <Marcel-1.53-0721064812-0b0ZSTv(a)risco.home>
Anthony Hilton <ajh(a)tinshill.f9.co.uk> wrote:
In <URL:news:local.netsurf> on Thu 20 Jul, David Pitt wrote:
> In message <f34c53324e.Brian(a)brianhowlett.me.uk>
> Brian Howlett <brian.groups(a)brianhowlett.me.uk> wrote:
[snip - www.sitemeter.com
> >Broken HTML - there's a </BODY></HTML> in the
middle of the code,
> >which NetSurf, quite rightly, interprets as the end of the page.
> On the other hand then, try this :-
> Root body start<br>
> Nested body<br>
> Root body end<br>
> Then add a DOCTYPE line to the top :-
> <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
Tried that in Fresco and Netsurf (29 June 2006 and 18 July 2006) -
Fresco displays 3 lines of text and Netsurf only 2, the first </html>
signalling the end of the html as Brian Howlett said.
That is not what happens here. The point of the demo html was to
show that all three lines are displayed by NetSurf, Test Build (18 Jul
2006 02:00), that is until the DOCTYPE header is added. When the DOCTYPE
line is present NetSurf does only show two lines.
I have been round the loop again and all three lines are there in
Computing with RISC OS.