> Officially, HTML rendering is supposed to ignore attributes it > doesn't understand. br is a legitimate tag, but br/ is not. Thus, > <br/> is illegitimate HTML tag, while <br /> is a legitimate HTML tag > with an unknown "/" attribute. IN THEORY, an html renderer should no > more understand <br/> than it understands <blearg>. > > So they stuck the space into the XHTML spec specifically for > backwards compatibility with HTML. > > Stephen Rider > -- Wait a sec... are you saying I shouldn't be using <blearg> anymore? Dang.