On Mar 17, 9:53*am, Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn <PointedE...@web.de>
> David Mark wrote:
> > SAM wrote:
> >> Swifty a écrit :
> >> > On Sat, 10 Mar 2012 09:55:38 +0100, SAM
> >> > <stephanemoriaux.NoAd...@wanadoo.fr.invalid> *wrote:
> >> >> doesn't it depend of the doctype ?
> >> > No, the quotes around attribute values have always been optional
> >> I didn't hear that about XHTML ...
> > Because it isn't true for (real) XHTML. *But that language has been
> > dead on the Web since the turn of the century. *The XHTML on the Web
> > today is just error-filled HTML.
> Obviously you are lacking experience in this field.
Hardly. I fully embraced XHTML back around the turn of the century. It
just didn't pan out.
> XHTML has found its
> place as a useful markup language *at least* in Content Management Systems.
When I say on the Web, I mean on the front end, where XHTML is all but
I know it is used behind the scenes; in fact, it is sometimes used
with My Library + Node.js