Who needs XHTML Namespace?
david at megginson.com
Wed Sep 1 01:25:18 BST 1999
Paul Prescod writes:
> What is the virtue in discovering XHTML data in an arbitrary
> document if there are *no rules* about what that information will
> look like? Are you really going to write processors that do not
> care whether images occur within titles or tables within images?
Sure -- a search engine is a very good example of one.
All the best,
David Megginson david at megginson.com
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