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How do those browsers declare support for the
I like the IE means. It is easy to build and
share stylesheets that indicate precisely what
is needed to support the author's intentions.
I've not used the moz or ffox so I've not
compared the means.
With new modalities coming online (eg, see
the new xml.com article for voice markup),
it becomes more pressing to converge on the
means, at least for the sake of authors.
From: David Carlisle [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
It's also how mozilla (and netscape and firefox etc) work, in that case
without needing any proprietary declarations (and having native xhtml
rendering) MathML works out of the box and svg enabled builds of mozilla
> Yet I don't find schemas
> for these perhaps because the schema would document
> the object framework.
there's a dtd for xhtml+svg+mathml here:
that currently doesnt have an xsd but says
The possibility of combining those modules written in XML Schema
[XMLSchema] might be explored when XML Schemas for XHTML
[XHTMLMODSchema] and others become available and mature
in the mean time if you need a schema there's always trang...