On Tue, 2010-01-05 at 13:49 +0100, Martin Honnen wrote: > Whether you directly write (X)HTML or whether your stylesheet is > supposed to generate (X)HTML I would strongly suggest to aim at valid > documents (i.e. html, head, body, and script and style where they > belong). In the text/html world you might get way with not having any > html or head or body elements and just throwing fragments of documents > at the browser but I don't think this is a good idea in the case of > X(HT)ML to expect the browser to guess what you want and add html or > head or body element as needed. Little known factoid: the html, body and head opening and closing tags are all optional.
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