I have a growing list of e-mails I haven’t gotten to addressing yet. I apologize, but school and work have to be top priorities for me above this website, and they haven’t left me with much free time the last few weeks. I just wanted to let you guys know that your feedback hasn’t been forgotten and I hope to sit down and go through all of it as soon as I get a chunk of free time.
Within the feedback is a list of requested changes to the standards support information, as well as a recurring suggestion that I should only test browsers against the latest Candidate Recommendation or higher versions of the specifications rather than attempting to follow regressed drafts. I find myself agreeing with this suggestion and I plan to make the appropriate changes when I can. There is also a requested addition to the Opera Myths page and some things that I want to correct and expand in the Beware of XHTML article.
In the meantime, have fun with this weird but valid HTML page. It plays around with some little-known HTML features that have little or no support in today’s major web browsers.