Sjoerd Visscher's weblog
My ideas about new web technology that can change the future of the world wide web.
I converted an archive page to XHTML 2.0. It works in IE6, Opera 6 and Mozilla. It is styled with CSS. I had to do some coding to get the links to work. For IE6 I made an HTC behavior that creates handlers for mouse events (yuck). For Mozilla I made an XBL binding that adds XLink attributes. And Opera 6 has CSS extensions for links. Being allowed to make every element a link makes the html code very clean. Sections structure the page very well. And the navigation lists are perfect for weblogs. So don't say it's just markupbation or that we'll be stuck with XHTML 1.1 for quite a while.