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Deprecated stuff in XHTML1.1 (was: Re: usemap in XHTML 1.1 no longer a URI?!)

From: Erich Reto Iseli <Erich.Iseli@iseli.org>
Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 14:47:50 +0100
Message-ID: <3C837B06.6090608@iseli.org>
To: W3C HTML Specification Discussion <www-html@w3.org>
Peter Sheerin wrote:
 > Erich Reto Iseli wrote:
 > > Methinks... if you are not ready to use XHTML1.1, then stick with
 > > XHTML1.0 Strict. And if you are not ready to use XHTML1.0 strict,
 > > use XHTML1.0 Transitional. But please *please*! Don't abuse
 > > modularization!
 > Since the target and frame modules are defined by the w3 XHTML
 > modularization documents,

OK, I was not aware of that. I always used only the XHTML 1.1 documents 
and there was no reference to the frames and target modules. Now I found 
it at 

 > exactly how is actually using them, and fixing a
 > serious error in the 1.1 DTD abusing the concept?

So if there's a _serious error_ in the 1.1 DTD, why doesn't it get 
fixed? Is it so hard to write an errata page? I got confused by this and 
I'm sure I'm not the first, nor the last one...

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