Well-formed and valid

Frank Boumphrey bckman at ix.netcom.com
Sat Jan 8 04:59:17 GMT 2000

> james anderson <James.Anderson at mecomnet.de> writes:
> > > ... it is possible to have a document that is well-formed but
> > > not valid XML 1.0, but still conforms to Namespaces, RDF, or XLink
> > > (though not XHTML, which requires validity for strict conformance).

Well XHTML is no different from any other _document type_.  A document type
such as docbook or XHTML must conform to a DTD or it would not be a document

There is nothing to stop you from using XHTML elements with a namespace in a
hybrid document.


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