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Q: Which MIME type should XHTML be served with? A: The short answer is application/xhtml+xml, of course. But this MIME type isn’t recognized by a number of user agents, Internet Explorer included. So, what to do?

In our long-awaited return to the WaSP Asks the W3C  series, we ask the good members of the W3C’s Quality Assurance Group just what we can do to properly serve our documents.

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