Dave Silvester wrote:
>I was under the impression that you were 'supposed' to send XHTML 1.0
>Strict down as "application/xhtml+xml" aswell as XHTML 1.1 and it was only
>XHTML 1.0 Transitional that was 'allowed' to be sent as 'text/html'
>because it has a backwards compatibility to HTML 4...
>I am presuming that 'XHTML 1.0 Other' in the above table refers to XHTML
>1.0 Strict and therfore 'SHOULD NOT' be sent as mime type 'text/html'...
>Is this not the case? I am confused because many highly regarded authors
>seem to use XHTML 1.0 Strict and send it as 'text/html'...
I think "Other" simply means "Not HTML compatible", as opposed to "HTML
Compatible" in the previous column. Meaning documents that don't conform to
the HTML compatibility guidelines....
>I know this is off topic, but it's something that has bugged me for quite
Yup. But sometimes one needs to get the basics sorted out to be able to get
on with CSS. :-o
Apologies for prolonging the OT.
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