How do you deal with the different HTML standards set by WHATWG and W3C?
AppDevGuy 1 year ago
With two different standard setting bodies, HTML is not a single consistent version as once envisioned. There is less and less consistency, and different browsers implement HTML5 as they see fit, making it harder for developers to achieve consistent performance across the board, especially with IE thrown into the mix, at least in my experience. What, if anything, is the solution to this issue?
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