Php-bugs 2012-07-13 18:30:26
User updated by: php dot net at steltenpower dot com
Reported By: php dot net at steltenpower dot com
Bug Type: Session related
Operating System: Linux
PHP Version: 4.4.5
Keeping the current thing as a default would be good.
Saying that it works on a few common browsers is forgetting about
semantic web and accessibility.
Browsers from Netscape 4 and up have no problem parsing tags like
so this is not going to be changed in order to keep xhtml
————————————————————————[2007-03-12 11:44:28] php dot net at steltenpower dot com
I’m using PHP’s built-in session system through session_start() etc.
In the HTML output this results in lots of things of which
in there should be removed to make it valid HTML
is needed for XHTML (which might also need
So to be able to use the PHP built-in system for both valid HTML and
valid XHTML a switch, flag, ini setting, or something is needed
————————————————————————[2007-03-12 09:29:33] email@example.com
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————————————————————————[2007-03-12 00:19:34] php dot net at steltenpower dot com
is generated and the / makes it invalid HTML.
XHTML needs the /
So to be able to output both valid HTML and valid XHTML an ini variable
or something is needed
Edit this bug report at http://bugs.php.net/?id=40781&edit=1