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Creating a website with XML and XSL
HTML seems to be getting a little out of date now, XHTML seems to be more in use. I want to skip learning XHTML and go straight to XML with XSL/CSS to format my pages and make them look nice to the user. What I want to know is, how many browsers support sites built using XML?
I think Firefox and IE might but I'm a little unsure. I don't want to have to use and external parser on the server to convert the XML to HTML because then I might as well use HTML to develop the site anyway.
I'm just looking for a little more information.
Please help, many thanks.
Oh I can program PHP too - how well will this integrate with the XML?
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