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Browser support: sharing html and css handling codes

I work with html and css a lot (now also with php). A major problem i have with this scripting is creating a document which works cross-platform.

Why don't they use W3C standards? Especially IE is a big problem.

To solve this problem the companies have to share their codes that handle html and css objects, but would probably never happen...

But I think they should do it or at least create a script to let every object work like the W3C standards. Of course they're allowed to add extra object handlers, but THE STANDARD OBJECTS AND ATTRIBUTES, ETC OF W3C MUST WORK!!

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