lucy24 - 11:35 pm on Jul 23, 2013 (gmt 0) [edited by: bill at 2:41 am (utc) on Jul 24, 2013]
Sure, you *COULD* use inline styles, but "could" and "should" are very different words.
Yes, that's the thing about "Strict" that always riled me. I could never see why <blahblahh style = "text-align: center";> is OK while <blahblah align = "center"> is not.
Along the way, I noticed that there must be a Mozilla Blue, because the color FF uses-- in, ahem, elements it doesn't object to-- is identical to what Camino uses for the same elements :) But if I'm really going to study a page's source code, I prefer to paste it into SubEthaEdit which offers an even more detailed range of color coding.
[edit reason] tidy up [/edit]
[edited by: bill at 2:41 am (utc) on Jul 24, 2013]