At 8/6/2013 12:28 PM, Lotta wrote:
>John Shotsky wrote:
>>And html should not be in caps.
>Why not if the OP likes it? It can be camel case if that's what's
>preferred. XHTML can't, but HTML (including HTML5) can.
>Sidenote: Now I write everything in lower case. But I started out
>writing element names in upper and attributes in lower case because I
>thought it was clearer. I still think it is, but it's faster to type
>all lower case.
>Regarding the link problem, while the space shouldn't be there, all
>(fairly modern) browsers I have mend that mistake, but I don't have
>an IE newer than 7, so maybe that's it.
Actually, I would go a few steps further: I think any language designer that makes variables or keywords case sensitive ought to be burned in hell! SLOWLY!
I can only guess at the untold man hours lost or bugs caused by unmatched cases in names. And it is totally unnecessary. One can make over 2 BILLION unique 6 character words using only 36 characters. That ought to be enough even for bloatware artists.
While technically the W3C specs calls for encoding spaces and other special characters used in a link, I know of no common or modern browser that would even burp on them - not even IE.