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* Joshua Allen wrote:
>> The subject says it. If HTML has an XML
>> namespace inside it, is the Draconian parse
>> rule still in effect?
>Only if parsing with an XML parser. It's OK for HTML to contain
Could you cite a specification that says so or at least defines HTML in
a way that would it make possible for conforming user agents to properly
process documents containing "whatever"? Or do you mean that some user
agents that are no HTML user agents support data objects that are not
>That would be baby with bathwater, IMO. Browser support for XHTML is
>pretty bad; it's more faked than real. HTML works great; no reason to
>throw it out.
Could you cite some resource that demonstrates that "HTML works great"?