[development] Administration Survey: Theme improvements, theme help system, theme mailing list

Gabor Hojtsy gabor at hojtsy.hu
Thu Dec 1 21:19:56 UTC 2005

>> Except that sending XHTML 1.0 Strict as text/html is valid, but
>> sending  XHTML
>> 1.1 Strict as text/html is not right, according to the W3C.  Since we 
>> can't
>> send things as text/xml+html because IE is a broken ancient piece of 
>> popular
>> crap, that means XHTML 1.0 is as up to date as we can support and
>> still  be
>> "right".
> Using XHTML without application/xhtml+xml is pretty pointless.  I'd
> prefer  a theme based on HTML 4.01.

Actually doing all the Drupal core theme functions with XHTML in mind is
quite a good idea IMHO. Any theme can do the fancy magic of detecting
capable user agents, and send proper Content-type to them.


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