Re: What are the arguments *for* XHTML 2.0?
Simon St.Laurent wrote: > >... > Will XHTML 2.0 sweep the world? It's too soon to tell. Is XHTML 2.0 > worth the effort? I think the answer to that is an obvious yes, and not > because XHTML needs all the latest XML gimmicks. The Web needs some > progress in XHTML for the to stay alive. I worry that at current rates > of progress the Web will have disappeared by the time the Semantic Web > is ready. To me, there are more urgent areas of progress needed: * SVG implementations * XForms specs and finalization (yes, part of XHTML 2.0, but separable) * GUI widgets But perhaps XHTML can help with: * Richer metadata primitives (who created this page, with what tool, on what date, ...) * Richer linking primitives (next page, previous page, top page, printable version, owner-frame, ...) Paul Prescod
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