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View Poll Results: Would it be a good idea to have a XHTML sub forum?

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  • No

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    SitePoint Guru sowen's Avatar
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    Anybody think it would be a good idea to have an XHTML sub forum under Web Page Design?

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    I have only seen a few posts from time to time on XHTML and they're generally generic questions like 'what is XHTML'.
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    I don't think its well known right now. Once it gets more popularity, then I guess you should throw it up. For now, I would say, stay away.
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    I can see having a tutorial on xHTML, but it is similar enough to normal HTML that it should just be added into the normal "coding" forum.
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    Don't get too close, I bite! Nicky's Avatar
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    Seeing as XHTML is considered a mark-up language, being a subset if SGML and all, it is suitable to discuss it under the "Marking Up Your Pages" forum.

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    Unless there is a *significant* need, I think it's not worthwhile. There are enough (sub)forums as there is.


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