iPad Compatibilty - COTS is pretty close. Let's get it there!

I am a Windows user but I took COTS for a test drive on Mac Safari & the results were great. Everything works, I didn't do a detailed testing but complex javascript scenarios worked well.

Then I tried this on an iPad device. And it failed :( with an error as given below.
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XML self-closing tag syntax used on . The tag will not be closed
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It looks rather straight forward XHTML error to fix. Waiting to hear back from COTS if they can fix it quickly. The opportunity I see is that COTS can go mobile. I am happy to do more testing & publish results for the community.

Any takers? Please vote on this idea - I think this can make COTS an even more awesome framework.
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  • I’m happy
    Ignore this thread - this is a non issue. I had Javascript turned off on my iPad & did not realize. COTS works well with iPad.

    Don't see a close button but mark this issue as solved.
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