You're entitled to disagree. Not that it's going to change my position on
this one though.
You may believe
I don't agree with the notion that the one which
is "not-standards-based" would somehow be MORE likely to work with
examples from the Internet. Wouldn't standards-based examples be more
common on the Internet?
but since it is a question the answer is: No.
Numerous times the one that is less standards based worked with more of
the examples I found on the internet. Perhaps it's due to more people
using 'extensions' instead of limitations caused by the standards not
keeping up? I just don't have the inclination right now to give you some
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