just sum1 wrote:That depends. If you want to take advantage of features that XHTML has> Should I convert my doc to XHML?
but HTML4 has not, then yes. If not, then probably not. The HTML
version is not a fashion statement, after all :-).
Dreamweaver MX has quite a nifty feature that converts HTML to XHTML:> I am getting rather confused.
> I done it to a doc and then tested it at w3c and had a ton of errors, I had
> less errors before I started messing.
File -> Convert -> XHTML. If you started out with a valid HTML4
doent, the end result will be a mostly valid XHTML doent, and
you'll have very little (if any) hand-coding to do.
If you use XHTML at all, then yes, the doent should be compliant. But> Is it important to make stuff XHTML
like I mentioned above, XHTML is not better or worse than HTML4, it
depends on the features you need.