XHTML and the Three Namespaces

Ann Navarro ann at webgeek.com
Sat Sep 25 14:34:38 BST 1999

At 07:11 PM 9/24/99 -0700, Marc.McDonald at Design-Intelligence.com wrote:

>	XML is supposed to be a content language, not a presentation
>language. By introducing separate namespaces for the basic different
>rendering models of XHTML you have made a presentation dependency. 

No one has asserted, and it is indeed incorrect to say that content model =

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