From: Roozbeh Pournader (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Feb 15 2003 - 20:27:03 EST
On Sat, 15 Feb 2003, Doug Ewell wrote:
> But as I wrote earlier, a zero-width no-break space at the start of a
> Web page should not disrupt the content or layout of the page in any
> way. It's a space. It's zero-width. A Euro symbol is non-conformant
> and just plain wrong; the page starts with the bytes EF BB BF and is
> clearly marked as being UTF-8.
Well, this depends on how the HTML spec says this. If it says for example
that only U+0020, U+000A and U+000C may come before the first "<" of the
HTML page, then it is invalid. I would love to see the exact text of W3C
specs quoted in such discussions, ...
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