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..my head is getting far too big.
I recently added a nice utility named Amberjack to my Copy+ site that produces site tours.
The Amberjack technical forum has been reporting problems with some tours not working in IE. Yet mine did. They couldn’t work it out. Until they validated the HTML. Mine was clean, theirs had errors.
Well, I don’t wish to say “I told you so”, but I’ve banging on about the advantages of clean code since… well… a long time. And I guess this proved my point.
Both this and my BMTG site follow the same rules (except the YouTube code breaks it… nothing much I can do about that though) and neither have had any issues with cross-browser compatibility.