1) So, even if I never use IE (8 or otherwise), and use only Chrome or FireFox, setting the meta tag will show me what modifications will be made?
- the meta tag <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE8" /> applies to Internet Explorer browsers but not to WebKit and Firefox.
2) I did open and ran both of the html files with the editable iframes in them. In both of them the html was encoded, but it was not modified elsewhere. At the beginning was the opening <p> tag. Then came the <table> definition and after the </table> was the </p>.
- I got different result in IE9. In IE8 and Firefox, the rich text editing engines of these browsers did not modify the content as shown in this video: http://screencast.com/t/9Q4T1zjgsv
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