If the browser element is not defined, the browser will assume default settings. These defaults will be suitable for most purposes. The most useful settings are likely to be:
If you want to ensure that the HTML is completely valis HTML, or you think there may be an error in the HTML which isn't highlighted by setting the warnings flag, set this to 'tidy'.
With tidy, if you use frames and validate frame urls, you will need to specify full pathnames (e.g. from / downwards) rather than relative urls.neko | tidy
testspec -- The root element of a xml test script.
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