John, but isn't HTML5, in mathematical terms, a subset or a dialect of XHTML?
Doesen't everything point in the direction of X(HT)ML?
Some reccomend to use XHTML 1.1 in your code today.
May be I use to many links to may owns sites / pages, so this time I will point you to the following artice:
Advice for webmasters, especially those who want to set up a new site.
Click on the first link in my signature, then on the first link in the upper right corner. Should very much appreciate your comments if you have some minutes to read that short article.
From the article you point to:
Roger Johansson is a Swedish web professional specialising in web standards, accessibility, and usability.
Do you know another well known Swedish site:
w e b d e s i g n s k o l a n (Web design School).
XHTML 2.0 is dead, as W3C failed on that one. We can only hope that we will get HTML 5 and an XML-ified version of that, similar to HTML 4.01 vs. XHTML 1.0.
XHTML 1.1 is not recommended. Otherwise I would have updated my sites already... ;)
I cannot speak about myself. But I can tell that Joe Clark is a guru.Originally Posted by kgun
I see that your location is European Union. Do you know the Norwegian poet, Sibjørn Obstfelder, that said the following:
"Seems like I have come to the wrong planet" :-)
I don't know the Poet, but I sure agree with him. :)
KGun - do you want this post moved? I read your report post. David
Isn't it more on topic in the Usability /Accessibility forum? I thought I posted it there.