Paul Grosso wrote:
>The document type declaration--including the optional 'internal subset'
>(the part from [ to ] inclusive)--is valid SGML.
>I also note, however, that the Public Identifier you show is not one
>of the valid choices given in the HTML 2.0 spec.
And then Walter wrote:
>I think what HoTMetaL Pro *should* do is place the extra stuff in a
>comment, and leave the doctype as standard HTML. SoftQuad, can you hear
I couldn't agree more with Walter's assessment. If I remove the Netscape
from the doctype, then I no longer have access in HoTMetaL Pro to the
Netscape specific tags such as <CENTER>, etc. Since the browsers generally
seem to ignore the doctype anyway, I could probably create my pages with
the Netscape doctype so HoTMetaL uses the correct rules file, and then
manually change the doctype to the standard default. Of course, I won't do
this... but it is tempting... ;-) SoftQuad, are you listening?