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5225Re: [XHTML-L] Re: Re I.E. and XHTML
- David DorwardJul 9 1:53 AM
On 9 Jul 2008, at 06:26, Adrian Suri wrote:
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> Given this it might be simpler to use a php script to find out theContent negotiation can be done with a number of different tools, and
> brower then have two sets of files *.html for Internet Explorer, then
> *.xhtml for all other browsers what do people think of this,
> particularly as IE interpret the xml files as html files anyway!
is useful if you are going to produce XHTML and HTML versions of a
document ... but only if the XHTML version takes advantage of things
that HTML doesn't offer (which basically boils down to MathML and/or
SVG), otherwise it is an exercise in pointless busywork and an
opportunity for errors to be induced without any benefit.
It should, however, be based on what the user agent will accept, not
what user agent string it identifies itself with.
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