I was hoping that the Adobe development team would have fixed this by now but it seems that they do not use their own products. At least, certainly not for standards compliant work. In a revisit to my original article on fixing the issue with CS4, here is an updated tag library that you can use to stop Dreamweaver CS5 from changing your correct onmouseover events to the improper onMouseOver mixed cased version.
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It has become the unsaid consensus over the years that NETMARKETSHARE is an accurate source for up to date data regarding the real world happenings of the internet. For me, the most important information they track is screen resolution. With the flood of new internet connected mobile devices, the revolution that was brought on by netbooks and the never ending wave of new monitor shapes and sizes, you cannot help but feel lost when you are doing your site design mock ups. Do you make your site wide? Do you make it narrow? What can users see vertically when they first open the page? Using a bit of excel kung-fu, I spliced up their resolution statistics and came up with the following table.
One of the first things you learn about XHTML is lowercase. Everything is lowercase. Lowercase tags, lowercase attributes, lowercase, lowercase, lowercase…