On 01/08/12 00:29, Isabel Santos wrote:
I could generate both xml and html but that isn't very elegant,
and would not optimise the resources.

Unless you serve the XHTML files with a MIME type of application/xml or application/xhtml+xml, which will break things in IE<9, the browser will treat all the content as HTML anyway. This is precisely because of XHTML's arbitrary strictness.



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