XHTML compliance makes development faster, not slower!

http://xkcd.org/554/

Someone tell Randall he got part of panel 3 wrong, k? tx!

http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/archives/001234.html

Frankly, you're wrong, and XKCD is right. XHTML has some pretty ...
backwards ideas compared to the "standard" HTML that most developers
right.

Jason

Jason Roelofs wrote:

http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/archives/001234.html

Frankly, you're wrong, and XKCD is right. XHTML has some pretty ...
backwards ideas compared to the "standard" HTML that most developers
right.

Transitional XHTML??