XHTML DTDs failing in IE5

Lars Marius Garshol larsga at ifi.uio.no
Fri Jun 4 12:01:51 BST 1999

* Tim Bray
| I'd agree. I think IE5 is clearly wrong here.  On the other hand,
| Andrew is correct in saying that the microsoft approach is the
| maximally-cautious one, and probably quite defensible in what is
| effectively a release 1.0 product.

I find it interesting to note that if one requires all xmlns
attributes to be #FIXED we have an implementation of namespaces that
is effectively equivalent to the original processing instruction draft.

--Lars M.

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