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RE: [XHTML-L] RE: Advance Publication of Modularization of XHTML CR document

From: Jelks Cabaniss <jelks@jelks.nu>
Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2000 23:28:41 -0400
To: <XHTML-L@egroups.com>, <www-html@w3.org>
Message-ID: <NBBBICMNIPCICMKJECCBOEMMDNAA.jelks@jelks.nu>
Ann Navarro wrote:

> > > > I was thinking along the lines of say three printed pages,
> > > > appearing as the first Appendix.  Just enough for a short example
> > > > of an xHTML 1.0 document being done in xHTML 1.1 with (say) the
> > > > Table and the Image modules.

> > > First, you'd want to start with XHTML 1.1, not 1.0 -- XHTML 1.1
> > > is simply XHTML 1.0 Strict pulled together in modular form.

> >I wasn't very clear -- I meant for somebody who already had an XHTML
> >1.0 document and wanted to simply recast it as modularized XHTML.

> As far as the *document* goes, it can be as easy as switching to
> the XHTML 1.1 doctype.

"the" XHTML 1.1 doctype?


	The document type must include, *at a minimum*, the Hypertext,
	Basic Text, and List modules defined in this specification. [1]


	A conforming XHTML family document is a valid instance of *a*
	conforming XHTML Host Language Conforming Document Type. [2]

	[emphasis added]


Where is the "the"?

It comes across that the hapless author must twiddle some mysterious DTD
arcana just to incorporate a table and an image, and they furthermore have
to wade through Appendices D, E, and F to figure out what such a spell
should be!  There really should be something more basic added here, IMO.


/Jelks


[1]
http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-modularization/conformance.html#s_conform_documen
t_type
[2]
http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml-modularization/conformance.html#s_conform_documen
t
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