swa66 - 3:57 am on Nov 26, 2009 (gmt 0) Back on the original topic:
xhtml vs. html: There are also arguments pro xhtml beyond the more strict validation (which is really useful, that awful implicit close still exists in html5 -a real shame- if you ask me)
Let's keep that and the arguments against xhtml in the html forum.
The link pro is here: [webmasterworld.com...]
Some search engines (the one that's most important even: Googlebot) does download CSS every so often. I've no idea what they do with it, but they grab a copy every so often.
I've on my biggest site 3 downloads in the current month from 3 different Google owned IP addresses with a Googlebot UA ...
I'm not privy to what they do with it, but they sure keep downloading it.
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