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XHTML5 on the w3 web site - or lack thereof

From: Jim Michaels <jmichae3@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, 11 May 2012 06:45:27 +0000
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http://blog.whatwg.org/xhtml5-in-a-nutshell
no XHTML5 standard is listed on the w3 web site.  no mention of it.
IF the standards document for XHTML5 is the HTML5 standards document, please have Ian Hickson put in information on how to make an XHTML5 document, because there is nothing there, and hardly anybody knows how.

I was left in the dark for weeks.  for a long time I didn't even know XHTML5 even existed, because the w3c has no mention of it or links to XHTML5 documents (bad move). absolute silence about XHTML5 on w3.org. please fix. thanks.
 
thank you.

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Jim Michaels
jmichae3@yahoo.com
JimM@JimsComputerRepairandWebDesign.com
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[KiB] [MiB] [GiB] [TiB]
[2^10B=1,024B=1KiB]
[2^20B=1,048,576B=1MiB]
[2^30B=1,073,741,824B=1GiB]
[2^40B=1,099,511,627,776B=1TiB]
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[10^3B=1,000B=1KB]
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