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From Doug McNutt <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Point me in the right direction
Date Mon, 21 Jul 2008 20:22:56 GMT
At 13:47 -0400 7/21/08, Mark Feller wrote:
On a given web page, if I look at the source on the server, I see tags such as <A0>,<93>,<94>,
etc., that I guess are extensions, etc. that are added beyond the simple HTML tags that I
used to hand-code simple websites many years ago.  ...and that these extensions are the source
of a large number of formatting errors with different browers, and are also why web page authoring
tools should be more useful now to hide details.  


No answer but I see the same problem when an MSWORD document is saved to HTML format and later
moved to a server.

There are commented "if" clauses, sample follows, which apparently are intended to be used
by compatible - Microsoft - software running somewhere.

<!--[if gte mso 9]><xml>
  <o:Author>Ross McNutt</o:Author>
</xml><![endif]--><!--[if gte mso 9]><xml>

The  <o> and <w> tags appear elsewhere in the un-commented body. It all may be
a question of XML being included in HTML which just might be in an RFC somewhere.


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