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By: Steven Pemberton
The current maintenance update to XHTML Modularization is in response to the inevitable bug reports and clarifications that come from actual use. Since there have recently been some misconceptions expressed about the purpose of the spec, I'd thought I'd take...
W3C has just published a First Public Working Draft for RDFa 1.1 Core and XHTML+RDFa 1.1. Yay! I did have an RDFa Distiller software and service for RDFa 1.0. Well, I did spend some time in the past few weeks...
By: Henry Thompson
In this posting, my intention is to provide a concise statement of an idea which is neither particularly new nor particularly mine, but which needs a place that can be referenced in the context of the current debate about distributed extensibility and HTML5. It's a very simple proposal to provide an out-of-band, defaultable, document-scoped means to declare namespace prefix bindings.
W3C has just published the SVG Tiny 1.2 recommendation. Others are much more experts than me to describe the changes in the core functionality compared to the 1.1 version, so I let them do that. However, there is an interesting...
Irène Vatton has just announced the availability of the latest Amaya version, namely Amaya 11. (For those who may not know what Amaya is, it is an open source (X)HTML browser and editor in one.) The interesting point in this...