why distinctions within XHTML?
david at megginson.com
Tue Aug 31 14:29:31 BST 1999
Ann Navarro writes:
> >I used the PSGML editor to create dozens of XHTML documents that
> >conformed to the last working draft, and even though there was just
> >one XHTML Namespace in that draft, my editor still would not let me
> >insert a <font> element in a strict-flavoured document.
> So we don't have a problem, do we?
> Did it *fail* when you had three namespaces?
No, but that's hardly the point: it's the processing side that runs
into trouble with three Namespaces, not the authoring side. Both
figuratively and literally, it's a lot easier to produce crap than it
is to consume it.
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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