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migrate to XHTML

I'm not sure but I think I want to try to migrate to XHTML 2.0. Does anyone know of any analytical tools that look at your existing HTML code and tell you what is not compliant with that standard, making specific recommendations on how to make it compliant?
Given how much content I have to update, doing this by hand is out of the question. I need to write a program to parse my files and generate new copies for me.
Whatever you are, be a good one. Abrahan Lincoln
Jan 15 '08 #1
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Doing any of that is going to be difficult since the W3C working group has only released a working draft and no browser conforms to it at all. In addition, Internet Explorer doesn't work with any version of XHTML at all.
Jan 15 '08 #2
Just about all XHTML is being served as HTML anyway so why not use well-formed HTML 4.01 (Strict to avoid deprecated elements/attributes)?

Refer to: Problems serving XHTML

Jan 15 '08 #3

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