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#31
admin

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Give us a little time to put a framework in place. I'm excited and looking forward to it too! :whistling:
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This is exciting stuff guys. Cant wait to see what comes of it (XHTML Strict w/ css is the way to go) :whistling:
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This is exciting stuff guys. Cant wait to see what comes of it (XHTML Strict w/ css is the way to go) :whistling:


I think this is were we (those that put this together) need our own little hidy whole to decide what gets posted.

I am against using XHTML to write web pages. If you read http://hixie.ch/advocacy/xhtml you will know why.
A crunched down version would be. Using the XHTML mine type application/xhtml+xml causes older browser to not be able to render the page. So most use text/html, but this means the document is treated as HTML. And it has an invalid HTML doctype (it is using a XHTML one). So all modern browsers go into error checking mode and display it as HTML 3.2 with other rand HTML junk (tagsoup).

I sure he knows what he is talking about too, since he is listed as one of the 3 or 4 lead developers of Gekeo (the engine used by all Mozilla programs to display HTML)
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