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RE: uncle! XHTML Basic and validation

> From: Jonathan Borden [mailto:jborden@m...]

> How should this be resolved:
> 1) don't use XHTML Basic (or any XHTML modularization)
> 2) require all documents to be prefixed even those that don't 
> have XHTML
> content.
> 3) require all content to have explicit xmnls="...xhtml..." 
> declarations.
> 4) give up and move to XML schemas

I'd go for choice 4, though I'd use the term "XML schemas" rather broadly to
include any namespace-aware schema language, not just W3C XML Schema.

DTDs and namespaces just don't mix well.


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