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Re: Validator logo for module-based XHTML?

From: Peter Sheerin <pete@petesguide.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Feb 2002 15:38:09 -0800
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To: <www-validator@w3.org>
> > Does Host Language Conformance imply anything above basic Well-Formed
> > Valid XML?
> See

So what does the part of that that reads:

For each of the W3C-defined modules that are included, all of the elements,
attributes, types of attributes (including any required enumerated value
lists), and any required minimal content models must be included (and
optionally extended) in the document type's content model. When content
models are extended, all of the elements and attributes (along with their
types or any required enumerated value lists) required in the original
content model must continue to be required.

Mean for this dtd that I wrote, since it modifies the datatype of an
attribute? Would I still be able to classify this as "XHTML Host Language
Conforming" ?

<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "+//IDN PetesGuide.com//DTD XHTML 1.1 plus Target plus
Iframe plus CSI patch//EN"

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