From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Win95; en-US; m18) Gecko/20010126 BuildID: 20010126 Below the green "Welcome to Fleet Homelink" banner on the left side of the page there are three characters "-->" which shouldn't be there. The "-->" and the entire white line they're on are shown neither in Netscape 4.08 nor in IE 4.72. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Load the URL Expected Results: The "-->" and the line it's on should not be there
Here's a snap of that page: </style> this tag shouldn't be here at all (this breaks comment) --> <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< so this will show up </style> So not a bug in Mozilla, but rather in the page. And who will be the invalidator this time?
hmm... H-J : you're right it's an error in the page... but it's inside the style tag... i'm not sure if it should be displayed or not...
Yes, but the comment tags are broken by the first <style> tag! Remember it goes like this: <script> <!-- </script> --> </script> Note, I always use //--> instead of -->
H-J: you're right. i have n0t seen that. in this case i would say: mozilla does it right.