From: "Tobias Reif" <tobiasreif / pinkjuice.com>
>
> Bill Kelly wrote:
> 
> 
> > (Also, sometimes the user might not be able to tweak the data- we
> > have an HTML parser that's more of an XML parser at heart - doesn't
> > deal with "optional closing tags" like HTML does - but, we're the
> > ones in control of all HTML produced that needs to be parsed by
> > that parser -
> 
> 
> Try XHTML ;)

Good idea.  :-)  We stuck with pure HTML (but a subset of it) for,
I guess, 'historical' reasons (a lot of XSL that already produced
it.)


Thanks,

Bill