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[_] XHTML

Tim Beadle tsb at wigner.ioppublishing.com
Fri Oct 31 09:27:36 GMT 2003

On Thu, Oct 30, 2003 at 06:02:16PM -0000, David Waters wrote:

> Well technically XHTML is just well-formed HTML adhering to the XML
> specification, so you can use tables for layout with no problems. In theory
> for the sake of browsers, it's best to specify that you're using the
> transitional XHTML model, not the strict XHTML model.

Transitional vs Strict DTDs have *nothing* to do with whether you're using a
"transitional"/hybrid or fully-CSS-based layout.

Two concepts, one word.

Tim
--
"Those confused souls who write *virii are tacitly positing the existence of
the non-word *virius, and declining it as though it were like filius...Virii
is still completely silly, so don't do that; otherwise, everyone will know
you're just a blathering script kiddie." -- Tom Christiansen