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XHTML 2 with Steven Pemberton

I've recently been attending an XHTML 2 and XForms tutorial by Chair of
HTML and Forms working groups Steven Pemberton. Here are my impressions:

XHTML 2 and XForms

XHTML 2 Headings
Jul 24 '05 #1
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