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'Table of Contents/Sections' Wording

From: Wesley Moy <wesleymoy8888@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 21 Aug 2002 17:49:16 -0700
To: www-html@w3.org
Message-ID: <F152ErI7DAVQl05rz7900007800@hotmail.com>

I those who are interested to observe, and possible debate, the following 
trivial matter.

In the latest version of XHTML 2.0 at this time (W3C Working Draft 5 August 
2002), most of the Table of Contents entries [#toc] (as well as the sections 
they reference) are all preceded by the acronym XHTML. As the document is, 
in fact, a specification for XHTML, it would seem rather more appropriate to 
name a given section 'Text Module' in favor of 'XHTML Text Module'. Of a 
total 29 sections, 21 are preceded by 'XHTML'. In my opinion, this appears 
slightly too redundant.

I welcome opinions.


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