From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux 2.2.16-22 i686; en-US; m18) Gecko/20001111 BuildID: 200011121 All Netscape versions, all Internet Explorer versions are showing http://www.BanjaLuka.NET but Mozilla fails... Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: go to http://www.banjaluka.net and see tables are broken Actual Results: broken tables Expected Results: corect result
Confirming for Build 2000111108 under Win98.
Also seeing this on win2000. I haven't tested extensively, but I'm not really surprised this page doesn't render correctly in Mozilla, considering the rather large amount of incorrect HTML code. http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.banjaluka.net shows a LOT of problems with tables.
Reassigning to Parser based on testcase: <TABLE BORDER=1> <TR> <TD>r1c1 <!-- missing TD end-tag here --> </TR> <!-- extra TR end-tag here --> <TD>r1c2</TD> <TD>r1c3</TD> </TR> </TABLE>
Indentation looks weird, please check that. r=heikki.
I'm concerned about the scope of this fix - the new code path applies to more than this specific case. I'm not convinced that the new logic will correctly handle other similar cases - is the TR case described here the exception or the rule? I'll defer to Harish in determining the safety of this checkin (he has run the parser regression tests and some number of the top 100). However, without seeing a large number of DUPs for this bug, I do question the importance of fixing this single edge case.
So if we don't fix this now, we could move this to future but leave the Fix in hand in the status whiteboard (also add patch keyword) and see if we get duplicates. Looking at the bug number this was also found relatively late...
I agree with Vidur, in holding off my checkin, until it's proved that a lot many pages are affected by this problem. For now marking LATER.
or rather FUTURE.
Setting to FUTURE.
17 years ago
And adding the patch keyword...
updated qa contact.
The URL looks fine now. Given that nothing's been duped into this, maybe this should be WONTFIXED.
that site is using nuke of some kind. tables seem ok for me. WFM 2002052306 win2k