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XHTML 2 and You

By Jeffrey Zeldman | September 23rd, 2002 | Filed in HTML/XHTML

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Among the unknown but probably smallish percentage of front-end designers who know and care about and use web standards, the announcement that XHTML 2.0 will not necessarily be backward compatible with XHTML 1.0 has caused some alarm. An article in IBM’s development zone claims this lack of backward compatibility is actually a Good Thing. Worth reading and pondering.

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