Recovered from the Wayback Machine.
I realize that perhaps my choice of serving up XHTML instead of HTML through WordPress seems audacious, but if you want to point out potential problems, can you send me an email? Rather than put something in the comments to ‘demonstrate’ the problem? Believe it or not, I am open to suggestions and am not adverse to receiving advice or help. I also give credit to the person when I receive either.
I have to ask myself if I want to spend the hours, no make that days, necessary in order to serve this site as XHTML. One has to be detective as much as tech in order to hunt the problems and kill them one by one. Perhaps this is why the W3C decided to abandon hope on XHTML and focus on HTML5.
I do know that the average person doesn’t care, and frankly, I’m not sure if the average tech is exactly overjoyed, either.
I can either turn off XHTML, which is tempting. Or I can turn off comments. For now, all comments are moderated until I decide. And until I finish with the book today and can focus on the site.