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fp98 & form "value" attribute

Posted on 1998-02-18
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I have a piece of html code in which my line looks like the below:
  <input type="text" name="t1" value="">

Fp98 converts to
  <input type="text" name="t1" value>

How can I tell fp98 to not touch my stuff?
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Good luck!

You can't.  Sometimes it is good, sometimes it is bad that FP98 modifies it.  FP98 will format your page to the latest HTML specifications that was available to the programmers, provided that it will also run on MSIE.  So actually, FP98 will optimize your code for MSIE.  But, it will also fix syntax error and other things that might make your code buggy.

So, it is either all or nothing.  Sometimes you hate it, sometimes you love it.
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