Deployability of XMLised HTML - authoritative survey? [redux]
Hi I understand from anecdotal reports and my own experiments that it is possible to get most (recent?) browsers to sensibly interpret and render well formed XML that "looks a lot like" HTML. With much of HTML, this is just a matter of matching case and closing </LI> etc. The treatment of HTML's <HR> and <BR> as <HR /> and <BR /> is, it seems, workable. I'd very much like to hear that these anecdotes are true, and that someone somewhere has undertaken a more comprehensive survey of browser behaviour. I guess something like this must be going on in the HTML-futures area -- if so a URL pointer would be very much appreciated. Thanks for any references, Dan c.f. http://www.ch.ic.ac.uk/rzepa/talks/pmr11/xml-dev/9810/0134.html
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