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   RE: XHTML and the Three Namespaces

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  • From: Ann Navarro <ann@webgeek.com>
  • To: Marc.McDonald@Design-Intelligence.com, xml-dev@ic.ac.uk, andrewl@microsoft.com
  • Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 09:53:25 -0400

At 04:41 PM 9/21/99 -0700, Marc.McDonald@Design-Intelligence.com wrote:
>> :
>	Andrew Layman wrote:
>> One thing that people would like is to be able to clearly define which
>> documents are valid per the Strict, Transitional and Frameset rules. This
>> is
>> currently done via three DTDs.
>Fine, though I would argue for a single DTD with conditionals.

The task and constraints given to the group was to bring HTML 4.0 as it
was, into XML. That doesn't provide for significant design variations like
moving to a single DTD with conditionals. 

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