I'm thinking that it's about time a saveXHTML() method be added to the DOM 

XHTML is supported by all major browsers and libxml2 so I can't see why we 
should be stuck with saveHTML() and saveXML(). While it's true that some 
developers are using saveXML(), it does not always comply with the XHTML 
standards. Another problem with saveXML() is the lack of support for HTML 

There are many tricks out there to cleanup the output of saveXML() but I think 
having a native function would be much more efficient and faster.

What do you think?

Raymond Irving

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