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What is the behavior of a Web browser when it receives an invalid element?

Posted By :iswarya     Posted Date :October 18, 2013    Points :40   Category :ASP.Net 
The behavior of a Web browser when it receives an invalid element depends on the browser that you use to browse your application. Most of the browsers ignore the invalid element; whereas, some of them display the invalid elements on the page.

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