While using HTML 4.01 Transitional, I add the onresize event handler to the <body> tag. This does the job in all browsers. However, EW marks the attribute as "not permitted".
1. Does this mean "not permitted for validation"? (Attribute is obviously permitted by browsers, as it performs OK.)
EW actually states "not permitted for the <body> tag".
2. Is onresize permitted for other tags? (Doesn't validation require all handlers be removed from HTML?)
I wonder what is a reason for this validation requirement, as it looks a lot more difficult to read / edit / fix code when handlers do not show as element attributes in HTML, but instead are hidden in .js files. I understand separation of HTML code and script, but isn't this too much of that?