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Aren't there any other ways?
This would be a lot of work, and might be very slow - probably not a good idea.
solution is valid in both XHTML 1.0 Transitional and HTML 4.01 Transitional. You could try using
instead, but what's the point? You would reduce the functionality of your site for no tangible benefit.
Just switch to a transitional DTD, use an inline frame for the astore, and your site will remain valid.
Using the last standard is a requirement, so looks like I'll have to just link to the store at amazon.com
There is a choice of DTD's, this choice does not equate to going "forward or back", rather you choose the one that fits ~ there are Doctypes that invoke Quirks rendering mode, and those that invoke strict rendering mode again you choose the one that fits, you put the glory button at the bottom which validates that you've been aware enough to check and you indeed validate to the recommendation, you've chosen the one that fits
If I were to walk into a shop knowing I want a size 6 to fit (cos the latest supermodel standard says it's best!), but only a 10 does, is it better to squeeze into a 6 or be true to the norm and look great in a 10?
Anyway, frames are a bad browsing experience, I don't want to use them.