why distinctions within XHTML?

Ann Navarro ann at webgeek.com
Fri Sep 3 17:19:25 BST 1999

At 07:52 AM 9/3/99 -0700, Jeff Greif wrote:

>The ability to put XML inside XHTML is more problematic.  Has anyone ever
>proposed some kind deferred validation 

Importing XML content into an XHTML document is also a function of
modularization. Validation rules and how that might be accomplished is an
open issue. 



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