XHTML Basic Becomes a W3C Recommendation
W3C today released XHTML Basic as a W3C Recommendation. The specification is stable, and has been reviewed by the W3C membership, who favors its adoption by the industry. XHTML Basic content can be shared across desktop computers, TVs, PDAs, pagers, and mobile phones. Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director, said, "XHTML Basic offers the simplicity and wide interoperability of early versions of HTML and reflects ten years of Web experience, including advances in XML and accessibility." Read the press release and testimonials.