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Tue, 31 Aug 2004 05:04:53 GMT
Web development mistakes, redux

Roger Johansson: Non well-formed XHTML. Using XHTML that is not well-formed. Why? If XHTML is served as “application/xhtml+xml”, which it should be, strictly compliant browsers, like those based on Mozilla, will not render non well-formed XHTML. Note that this site currently does not serve all documents as “application/xhtml+xml”, for certain reasons explained in my post on Content negotiation.

Randy: Everybody seems to agree w/ me. Mal-formed XHTML sucks. Don't do it.

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