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>Yeah, it's mostly junk, but now you start to get my drift. With 190
>dialects to choose from, [and granted there are probably better sites
>listing dialects of XML], how could you begin to pick the ones with the
As someone mentioned earlier, it depends a lot on your definition.
One possible way of approaching this would be to remove a dialect from the
planet overnight and see what falls over. My guess is that getting rid of
SOAP might cause some sticky problems in the business world, whereas cutting
XHTML wouldn't make a lot of difference*.
* p.s. I wasn't too sure, so out of curiosity I took a look at a few front
Anderson (the accountants) :
Shame, I was hoping for XTM.
Curiously, 'View Source' (IE6) wouldn't work with Wal-Mart's page.
<!DOCTYPE html SYSTEM
and just for the record, W3C :
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="us-ascii"?>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"