XHTML-ishy output?


leif halvard silli
 

Congratulations on the new beginning! The best news is probably that the new program speaks HTML rather than DTP - this should simplify many things in day to day usage.

Two questions:

1) Pronunciation: Is Xway to be pronounced as "crossway" or as "exway"?

2) XHTML (aka "dirty HTML"): The "X" when it comes to markup, usually means "a dialect of XML" - such as XHTML. And, in that regard, Freeway could output pages as XHTML and as HTML. Will Xway get that feature?

By the way: My primary preference would be that Xway published just one format - but that that that one format was "dirty HTML" - by what I mean XHTML5 crafted to be fully HTML5-compatible. But if I end up using Xway a lot, I could also live with "pure" HTML5 as long as I could configure Xway to do XHTML5 output as well.

Leif Halvard Silli


Jeremy Hughes
 

1) Pronunciation: Is Xway to be pronounced as "crossway" or as "exway”?
eks-way

2) XHTML (aka "dirty HTML"): The "X" when it comes to markup, usually means "a dialect of XML" - such as XHTML. And, in that regard, Freeway could output pages as XHTML and as HTML. Will Xway get that feature?
We will support XHTML5 in future.

Jeremy


Jeremy Hughes
 

Hi Leif,

Apologies for not greeting you on your first message to Xway Talk!

Jeremy