XML in the real world... Was "Re: Another look at namespaces"

Ann Navarro ann at webgeek.com
Fri Sep 17 16:37:18 BST 1999

At 06:18 AM 9/17/99 -0400, David Megginson wrote:
>Ann Navarro writes:
> > It's assertions like this that honestly confuse me. WWW content,rendered on
> > today's HTML browsers, cares not a whit about namespaces, so how does
> > having 3 complicate your life more than 1? 
>I and others have pointed out several times that this assertion is not
>true -- I know for certain that version 5 of Internet Explorer does
>use Namespaces, and I think that Mozilla does as well.

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