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HTML 4.0 Compliance among browsers


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How do I find out which browsers are fully (if any are) HTML 4.0 compliant? I did a Google search, but mainly found validation sites for existing code. I am in the beginning stages of a project and was curious how far back I needed to code. My web developer brother says that I don't even need to code back to the 4.0 series of browsers. I wanted to make sure.

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http://validator.w3.org/
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Thanks for your reply Crazy J, but that's not what I am trying to find out about. I know that there are multiple different sites that validate existing code.

I want to know which versions of the different browsers have implemented HTML 4.0 compliance and to what degree. In other words, how do I know which browsers will correctly display my code if it is standards compliant, and which will screw it up? :tazz:

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not sure if www.quircksmode.com works, does for my Javascript coding.
if not just go to www.w3schools.com
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