RE: Plan B+1 = Plan C+1
Sean B. Palmer wrote: > > No. Because the XHTML Basic specification defines it as being a > modularized > XHTML family, technically we should follow the Modularization of XHTML > specification http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-modularization which says we > should use the XHTML namespace, and make the *modifications* (i.e. > additions) in a different namespace. You are absolutely correct. I've modified xcat-xhtml.dtd to reflect this. The resource element is qualified by the http://www.openhealth.org/XMLCatalog/ namespace. Thanks for clarifying this. > > I'm not understanding, what is "xhtml:type"? > > The type atribute in HTML. Aha, Uche suggested that we rename this to "content-type" which I have done on the "resource" element. I'm not too particular which attribute name is used, perhaps we can vote. <resource content-type="text/dtd+xml" ...> vs. <resource type="text/dtd+xml" ...> Jonathan
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