[Mediawiki-l] XHTML generation

Paul Johnson baloo at ursine.ca
Fri Feb 18 03:28:06 UTC 2005


On Thursday 17 February 2005 12:00 pm, Frank Wales wrote:

> Exactly.  For patients who care more than their browsers do about
> irrelevant inconsistencies in XHTML, I suggest a course of HTML Tidy:
>   http://tidy.sourceforge.net/

Forgive me if I misread this thread, but given that MediaWiki *is* XHTML 
1.0 Transitional out of the box, what benefit does it bring us to make 
it no longer XHTML compliant?  And what can tidy do that 
validator.w3.org can't do?

-- 
Paul Johnson
baloo at ursine.ca
http://ursine.ca/~baloo/
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