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, Mar 30 3:47 AM
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--- In email@example.com, Axel Berger <Axel-Berger@...> wrote:
> sisterscape wrote:
> > There really isn't much difference between HTML and xhtml so
> > I don't know why you're dragging your feet.
> I'm not Christine, but I too stick to HTML. From the only
> language I was formally taught in one thing has stuck: Even if you
> the newest compiler always write your code as backwards compatible
> possible and only use new language elements if there is a real need,
> use, or advantage. There are few things so annoying as a simple
> you know full well could run on your machine but won't, because the
> programmer has willfully used some unneeded switch or option.
> As of today I see no advantage of XHTML whatever. When the time
> that I want to do something that only XHTML can do or even that it
> do better, then I'll change but not before.
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