[microformats-discuss] Re: XML & microformats (WAS: Take 3)

Robert Sayre sayrer at gmail.com
Sun Sep 18 07:37:20 PDT 2005

On 9/18/05, Lucas Gonze <lucas.gonze at gmail.com> wrote:
> For example, if you embed an HTML link element in another format
> without enclosing it in a head element enclosed in an html element, it
> may still make intuitive sense but it doesn't make formal sense.  Or,
> there is the issue of losing the DTD of the HTML version your link
> element is based on.

The W3C has already done this. It's called "XHTML Modularization". 

There is a discrete "Link Module"

That said, I'm not sure it matters. In practice, I suspect any
occurance of an XHTML element will have a DTD applied to it whether
it's declared or not.

Robert Sayre

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