Leo Dutra ™ leodutra.br at gmail.com
Wed Jul 28 13:09:00 PDT 2010

This is very similar to <svg>. Both orgs (W3C and WHATWG) whould consider
something near this. Would be great.
I hope we have almost no problems with HTML5 XML. This is really needed.
Both of then are essentially documents, and MUST be portable.

2010/7/28 Ungureanu Dumitru <udumitru at yahoo.co.uk>

> Hello.
> One thing that would help with the microformats in a more consistent way,
> as wel as with the hole x(ht)ml content, would be if an XML Island element
> was part of the standard.
> There is a power of XML that XHTML specs sow in HTML, but XHTML was never
> the answer. XML content should have had a wrapper element of it's own.
> It's implementation should be more descriptive than the one Microsoft
> provided, more close to the definition list element, in order to provide a
> mechanism for describing the DTD in that xml island:
> <xml>
> <xml-dt>DTD goes here</xml-dt>
> <xml-dd>xml string goes here<xml-dd>
> </xml>.
> I hope this will be more considered as an option. Thank you.
> IT specialist
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