why distinctions within XHTML?

Ann Navarro ann at webgeek.com
Thu Sep 2 15:39:38 BST 1999

At 02:41 AM 9/2/99 +0100, Mark Birbeck wrote:

>My argument is that in the future, version >1 of XHTML will be
>modularised and so you will actually do this:
><order xmlns="myorderstuff" xmlns:bl="xhtml.block.text.module">
>  <customer>Fred Jones</customer>
>  <comments>
>    <bl:p>Bought <bl:em>500</bl:em> units!</bl:p>
>  </comments>

While that's certainly a possibility -- before anyone gets too excited
(either way) over it, the modularization work isn't done, so we may see
something like this, but we may not. 


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