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Subject: Re: XHTML [WAS: Grouping into a table (for vertical alignment)]
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 27 May 2004 10:29:48 +0100
latex tabular vertical alignment
  I believe you meant the above criteria. However, even if document does not
  strictly comply to the above, it should be still consider XHTML (just not
  strictly-conformant XHTML) as long as it is well-formed HTML.

As far as XPath/XSLT is concerned a namespace is just part of the name
and having the wrong namespace is just the same (and has the same
effects on template matching) as having the wrong local name.

_You_ may consider that


is XHTML, but just not "strictly conforming to the XHTML spec" but  it's
not clear if this is really a useful distinction. If by "XHTML but not
strictly conforming" you just mean "well formed XML" why not call it
"well formed XML"?


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