[whatwg] xml:lang and xmlns in HTML
ian at hixie.ch
Fri Dec 1 16:22:14 PST 2006
On Fri, 1 Dec 2006, Robert Sayre wrote:
> I want to cut and paste MathML and SVG and other things into my web
Then you'll have to use the XML variant and the XML MIME type.
> I don't care about XML, or what the subset ends up being. I want to use
> some existing XML application vocabularies in an HTML5 DOM.
The only ways to use namespaces outside of HTML right now with HTML5 DOMs
is to either use the XML serialisation, or use a lot of very verbose
> There are certainly risks inherent in endorsing this, but I think most
> of them are social. Are we worried that this will result in an unruly
> population of extensions and a Tower of Babel problem?
Namespaces aren't supported by the "tag soup" processors. If you want to
use namespaces, you have to use XML.
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