On Fri, 2004-06-18 at 15:52, Sarah Sweeney wrote: > Deciding not to use the XHTML strict doctype simple because it does not > support target seems like a very extreme solution to me. I think this is > a case where people (like me) agree with what the W3C recommends for > XHTML strict, and agree with /almost all/ elements and/or attributes > that have been deprecated - except the target attribute :) Not at all! If you need target, use transitional. It's as simple as that! Merely validating to a doctype is admirable enough*. It doesn't have to be the very latest one, you know. Tim * Because there are enough lame sites out there who either don't bother to set a doctype or, if they do, come nowhere near to validating to it. -- Tim Beadle <tim.beadle at iop.org> Institute of Physics Registered charity No. 293851 76 Portland Place, London, W1B 1NT, England IOP Publishing Limited Registered in England under Registration No 467514. Registered Office: Dirac House, Temple Back, Bristol BS1 6BE England This e-mail message has been checked for the presence of computer viruses.