IE vs NN

I'm looking for a list or a link to a site that shows what html tags are supported in the different versions of Internet Explorer and Netscape. I've heard of a page that has this, but I cannot locate it.

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jfleminAsked:
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jfleminAuthor Commented:
Thanks. These are great links, but I'm looking for a page that has each tag. I just found out that NN doesn't support the <MARQUEE> tag. It would be nice to have every tag listed with every browser that supports it.

I'm willing to post more points if this a hard request. Let me know.
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READERCommented:
Leveret's comment does that.

Look here for the Marquee tag.

http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/html/supportkey/m.htm
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mouattsCommented:
Not a site, but a book you might consider investing in is Instant HTML Programmers Reference published by Wrox ISBN 1-861001-56-8 provides what you want plus which tag attributes work on each brower.
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stephqCommented:
Some html editors can tell you when you edit the tag what is supported by what browser.  Myself, i use Webexpert and its really usefull for that.  When you the cursor is in tag you want to edit, the left panel contains the options, and it gives the options supported by IE, NN, and the ones that W3C recommends.
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jfleminAuthor Commented:
Sorry all. I forgot about this question. Thanks for all of your help!!!
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READERCommented:
Thanks for all the points. {}:-)
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