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Michael Collier wrote:
> Pursuant to the "XML as a document language" thread, I suggest that one way
> of working with the XML model is to use the XHTML doctype in web pages that
> you own.
Call me lazy, but unless a client insists otherwise, I'd rather skip
XHTML and go directly to XML. XHTML is an interim solution, and I'd
rather not confuse my already over-worked brain with two markup
languages that are just similar enough to be confusing when I can get
away with learning one.
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