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Re: XHTML

From: Alan Richmond <alan@encyclozine.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Jun 1999 10:58:48 -0500
Message-Id: <4.2.0.56.19990611105649.00a80b10@pop.encyclozine.com>
To: "Robert Betz" <betz@bmi.net>, <www-html@w3.org>
         You might find "Introduction to XHTML, with eXamples" helpful, at
http://wdvl.com/Authoring/Languages/XML/XHTML/

Alan Richmond
At 05:33 PM 6/5/99 -0400, Robert Betz wrote:
>I, like other people in the web design bussiness are very interested
>in new, and more advanced languanges.  When tabbing through your
>site I've noticed you aproach these languanges from a very technical
>view, which is good.  However, it would be benifitial for your causes to
>supply more information on exactly when, how, and why the normal
>web-designer will be needing to use this.  A simple list of software
>supporting the described languange (in this case XHTML), and formal
>or comprehensive sources for learning their use would be very benifitial.
>   Thank you for your time,
>         Joseph Betz

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