What is W3C's official position on use of PI?
donpark at quake.net
Thu May 13 17:29:17 BST 1999
> 2. Level-three-browser compatibility is probably too important to drop
> altogether -- PIs are unlikely to show up in specs that might be
> used on HTML pages (Namespaces, RDF, Stylesheet linking, XHTML).
Level-three-browsers can be supported by filtering out PI from the
server-side if the client can not handle PI. Real world problems like
legacy browser incompatibility are best solved with real world solutions.
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