A few weeks ago, in a flash of boredom, I decided to create a rather “evil” html document. Why evil? Because, to my knowledge, there isn’t a browser under the sun that creates a sensible rendition of this document.
The “EvilML document”:http://virtuelvis.com/download/162/evilml.html can be found here, and, if you like, you can always check how the w3c validator “handles EvilML”:http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fvirtuelvis.com%2Fdownload%2F162%2Fevilml.html. Yes, valid HTML 4.01 Strict.
If you “look at the source”:http://virtuelvis.com/download/162/evilml.txt, and you’re unfamiliar with SGML, I’m pretty sure you would assert the validator was on crack, but really, it isn’t.
If you want to see what the rendition _should_ look like, you can always view the “unobfuscated version”:http://virtuelvis.com/download/162/non-evilml.html