XHTML 1.0 returned to HTML WG

Don Park donpark at docuverse.com
Thu Nov 4 02:59:21 GMT 1999

>XSL currently handles HTML, text, and XML 1.0 output without 
>need for any
>specified namespace in either the input or the output.

You are right but if you want to use XSL to generate composite
documents which requires using multiple namespaces, HTML tags
will have to be treated as a special case if it lacked a


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