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XHTML Implementation

Soumya Gupta
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I am Planning to implement XHTML in JSP is it feasible? What might be the pros n cons for the same?
Bear Bibeault
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JSP could care less how you format your markup. To the JSP engine, it's all just uninterpreted template text.


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