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    XHTML Tutorials?

    Guys,

    I am looking for some in depth XHTML 2.0 tutorials. Does anybody know of any good ones?

    Im good with HTML 4.0 but am looking to upgrade my sites to XHTML 2.0 as that is the new standard.

    Yours,
    Beev
    Yours,
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    Wow, talk about cutting edge.

    No browser even supports XHTML 2.0 yet, and it is not backwards compatible, so...

    But I believe webreference.com had an article on it nonetheless.

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    Unhappy oh.....

    I though that the newer browsers supported it. I have a few good tutorials of xhtml 1.1 saved somewhere.

    Ill stick with that then for the time being. Thanks for the info

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    NOBODY supports it. It's a working draft, not a Recommendation. That means nobody trusts it right now to remain as it is.

    It's guaranteed to change, in fact: there is a debate about XLink versus HLink right now.
    "The first step to confirming there is a bug in someone else's work is confirming there are no bugs in your own."
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