How about over 1,000,000 XHTML Namespace URIs?
Mark.Birbeck at iedigital.net
Thu Sep 2 04:58:07 BST 1999
Marc McDonald wrote:
> An HTML processor is supposed to handle unexpected elements
> gracefully, so why not have one DTD and namespace? The use of
> any elements or attributes not expected by the processor need
> to be handled anyway.
Because it might not be an HTML processor that is handling the XHTML.
Just 'cos browsers are supposed to carry on regardless if they see an
error, doesn't mean every other application should.
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