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Comment Re:No, XHMTL is broken (Score 1) 657

There's nothing wrong with plain-old-HTML when used as a simple way to publish documents.

However, if you want tight control over it, you're in trouble. Newbies writing pages by hand don't need to worry about exact, perfect layout.

For everyone else, the more limited and structured XHTML is easier to write than plain-old-HTML. You see, limitations and structure make it more predictable. That's a good thing.

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