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I've inherited some jsp code that generates html pages that have lots of HEAD, BODY and HTML tags. I always thought that any html page is supposed to have no more than one of each of these. Not so? Should I expect problems?
Rule of thumb is only one set of head tags, body tags etc. I have seen multiple tags, might give older browsers a headache....On microsoft site, they recommended two head tags for cache problems...so I guess it is doable, but not a great practice.
Originally posted by Eric Pascarello: On microsoft site, they recommended two head tags for cache problems...
Then it no longer satisfies the HTML DTD, and quite simply ceases to be HTML. IE may still display it, but there's no guarantee that any other user agent still will. Not that Microsoft would care. - Peter
Testing the output in Netsacpe naviagtor 4.7 will also help you see what is missing. I had the same problem(accidently) and the netscape just displayed the blank page. [ January 28, 2003: Message edited by: Balaji Loganathan ]