RE: Web works? (Was: Diverse Tools (was HTML editors))

Subject: RE: Web works? (Was: Diverse Tools (was HTML editors))
From: "Scott Wilborne" <wilbornes -at- vtls -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 5 Sep 2001 10:44:17 -0400

Speaking of W3C, I'm beginning to work some with XHTML (the standard W3C is
putting forth as a replacement for HTML). How many of you are working with
XHTML? And, are there many companies that are beginning to use XHTML over


>First, let me reiterate for those who just tuned in that I have no brief
>FrontPage (pick your versions) or any other tool. I can be accused,
rightly, of
>a bias in favor of W3C Standards including WAI. If you want to know what
>talking about, aim the browser of your choice to and do


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