Hi Andy,

> So what do they believe the accessibility advantages of XHTML Strict
> are? As far as I'm aware valid and semantically correct HTML is just as
> accessible as XHTML strict. And I'm guessing they probably aren't
> serving their pages up as XML so strictly speaking they are serving
> their pages up as HTML anyway.

Whilst the guidelines contain explanation for some of its contents, there's
nothing about the decision to go with XHTML Strict. The guidelines were
drawn up with the RNIB as consultants so they do have some integrity though.

All the best,

Ian Fenn
Chopstix Media

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