Andrea Hoffmann wrote:
> > As other threads have spoken to, I think XHTML is the way
> > it's ALL going to go, both wired and wireless Internet
> > (including WAP).
> hey, that`s exactly what I wanted to know ;)
> Why do you think this will happen? Any hard facts, agreements,
> projects so far? What is the time horizon for that possibility?
Oooh nasty question. I will certainly NOT answer that in writing! I
could be optimistic and say WML 2.0 would be XHTML...but I have no
idea really. Though I will say WAP and cHTML detractors seem to
fundamentally agree on XHTML: it's strict like XML but easier to write
than WML and more future compatible than HTML.
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