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From Jean Pierre LeJacq <jplej...@quoininc.com>
Subject Re: Empty elements and the XML Serializer
Date Tue, 23 Mar 2004 05:37:13 GMT
On Mon, 22 Mar 2004, Antonio Gallardo wrote:

> Jean Pierre LeJacq dijo:
> > No, not quite right.  I validated with the doctyple declaration of
> > XHTML-1.1 and confirmed that Mozilla was rendering in standards
> > compliance made.
>
> What version of Mozilla are you using? AFAIK, XHTML-1.1 is quite new (31
> May 2001) and maybe older version does not support it at all. I already
> tried to find the info of supported standards on mozilla website and not
> have a clue where to find this info and after a while I give up.

I'm using both 1.5 and 1.6 as well as firefox 0.7 and 0.8.

XHTML-1.1 is effectively a subset of and cleaned up version of
HTML-4.01.  My understanding is that Mozilla has default handling
for HTML-4.01 and will render any valid XHTML as such.  I always
construct and validate XHTML-1.1 and haven't had any issues other
than those already acknowledge as problems for HTML.

-- 
JP



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