> Question: (which I could probably find the answer to on the web, but I'm > sick of looking at the Google logo for the time being) Does a HTML file need > to have a .HTML extension before it's recognised by the browsers (and I mean > all browsers)? Will the tags <HTML> and </HTML> suffice? assuming the file is coming from a web server, the mime/type needs to be text/html. The browser doesn't care about the file extension, but usually the web server will use the file extension to set the mime/type. Of course, most web servers are very customizable - so you could make your html files end in anything - as long as the mime type is set correctly. make sense? James.