* Caio Chassot wrote:
>Say I write my pages in xhtml2. It's xml, right?
>So I supposedly can apply XSLT to it and generate a transformed xhtml1
>version of the same site.
>I also will be able, by either using
>http-accept or plain browser sniffing, to serve old (nowadays, in fact)
>browsers the xhtml1 version, and to future browsers, the xhtml2,
>Those of you who are familiar with the draft, does it appear directly
>feasible to perform the transformation between the xhtml versions, are
>are they so entirely different that it would be simply too much trouble?
Depends on the document. Things get complicated if the XHTML 2.0
document uses forms, i.e. XForms.
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