Thursday, 21 September 2006

Understanding HTML, XML and XHTML

Surfin' Safari, the blog of the WebKit rendering engine, has an incredibily lucid post about what it really means to use HTML vs. XHTML and visa versa.

If you spend a lot of time coding XHTML 1.0 and 1.1 web content like I do, read this post on Understanding HTML, XML and XHTML. You won't waste your time again with trying to get XHTML 1.1 content to validate if it's just not going to be right in the end.

There's a lot of noise in the trackbacks, pingbacks and comments related to Dashboard widgets and developer/user impacts, but I could care less. It was the body of the argument that was more important. 

Posted by caffeinated at 2:41 PM in kaffehaus
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