XHTML1.0 vs XHTML1.1

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I was looking into making the complete site XHTML1.1 compliant - as it already is XHTML 1.0 compliant - but it seems I need to change too much to achieve that goal right now. I'll take a deeper look into it in the future, as I don't feel like hacking too deep into Movable Type to see if all the code that it outputs is valid XHTML 1.1.

I did however remove some depreciated tags that older browers need (like script language="javascript", which is replaced by script type="text/javascript"), so if things like the comment system don't work for you anymore, it's time that you upgraded your brower to something a bit more up to date. I recommend you check out Mozilla 1.1.

We can only advance when some people push the limits :)

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I used Mozilla 1.1 for a few days but it was just too damn slow. My poor ol' computer couldn't handle it I guess (she's six years old and not being replaced any time soon). It's nice wanting to push the limits and all but you leave a lot of people behind :-P You should still be able to write valid xhtml that works on everything (even Netscape 4.x) anyway, as long as you're willing to take the time.

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