XHTML 2 is a general-purpose markup language designed for representing documents for awide range of purposes across the World Wide Web. To this end it does not attempt to be allthings to all people, supplying every possible markup idiom, but to supply a generally useful setof elements.
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This document is the eighth publicWorking Draftof this specification. It should in no way beconsidered stable, and should not be normatively referenced for any purposes whatsoever. Thisversion includes an early implementation of XHTML 2.0 in RELAX NG [RELAXNG[p.247] ], but
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1. [PR #7759] [XHTML2] Spirit of "1.1.3. XHTML 2 and Presentation"2. [PR #7723] On introducing a fallback attribute3. [PR #7777] [XHTML 2] Conforming documents and meta properties4. [PR #7791] Fw: [XHTML 2] Section 3.1.15. [PR #7804] Comments on XHTML 2.0 document conformance requirements6. [PR #7808] Change XHTML 2.0 namespace to http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml7. [PR #7818] Namespace versioning problem in XHTML 28. [PR #7819] Referance XML 1.1 and example with XML 1.1 declaration9. [PR #7336] Identifying XHTML version in ansence of DTDs