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Re: When to use XML or HTML extensions?

>> I noticed that some people use files with an XML extension and some
>> with HTML. For example here are two equivalent pages of Jeni's XSLT
>> Tutorial pages:
>> http://www.jenitennison.com/xslt/index.xml
>> http://www.jenitennison.com/xslt/index.html

0> In article <002301c10a07$be4c3a00$7cac1218@reston1.va.home.com>,
0> Thomas B. Passin <URL:mailto:tpassin@home.com> ("Thomas") wrote:

Thomas> Jeni's "index.xml" file is actually an xml file.  ...
Thomas> Her "index.html" file is xhtml, and would display properly as
Thomas> an html file in a non-xml-aware browser.

Modulo the usual problems of stray ">" characters appearing all over
the place due to the likes of <BR/>.

Things that are advertised as HTML should *be* HTML, IMO.