lucy24 - 11:25 pm on Feb 19, 2013 (gmt 0)
Fer hevvins sake, people. I don't use MSIE 5.23. In fact I was staggered to find it still works on my current Mac (10.6.8, the last version that came with Rosetta-- and that's after bidding a tearful farewell to 10.4, the last version to permit Classic). I just fire it up now and then for experimental purposes. I sometimes run Lynx for the same reason.
Some of you may be too young to remember, but for years and years-- decades even-- one of the beauties of the Mac was that you could continue running positively ancient applications. Not like That Other Platform where you basically had to upgrade all your software every time you moved to a new operating system. To this day I haven't found a diff-merge program that works as well as the one dating from 1991 that I used to use. And I've never managed to replace the whole array of font-wrangling programs I used to have.
What was the question again?
Oh, right. Line breaks inside quotation marks, as in "title" or "alt" attributes. Basically anything inside quotes is treated as literal text.