In article <4f077db001tlsa(a)netsurf-browser.org>,
Michael Drake <tlsa(a)netsurf-browser.org> wrote:
In article <4f0772f71drisc-os(a)4qd.org>,
Richard Torrens (RiscOS) <risc-os(a)4qd.org> wrote:
> is an example. Lots of JS there, but AFAICS that should not matter?
It happens because there is an </html> within the SCRIPT
any of the actual content.
Errrrr!! The source file I see actually contains TWO (horrible) nested
html documents - the second starts as the first element of the body (line
31)! Netsurf, very reasonably, ignores the nested document - which is just
plain meaningless in mark-up terms. Just take a look at the very end where
the nesting becomes obvious.
I've seen some funnies before, but that is grotesque!