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The named character references added in HTML5 do not work cross-browser, though the support is relatively widespread now. Generally, there is hardly ever any reason to use them (as opposite to references defined in HTML 4.1, which are well supported). Quite independently of this, the characters themselves (no matter whether entered as such, as named ...


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design and develop with web standards validate your documents, and style sheets constantly! cross-browser/cross-platform test daily! at the very least before you submit a pull request or make a commit to a repository. you should be writing conforming documents anyways, but this is crucial for writing cross-browser/cross-platform css. note: the true ...



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