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I'm not quite sure what you imagine "become a handicap" would look like, but the overall concept here is pretty simple. Technology changes pretty fast in the website development world. Whether you target the bleeding edge, the most broadly adapted standards or even if your target is legacy browsers the bucket of available technology tricks is quickly ...
According to this web page, Expression Web now supports HTML5: To use the HTML 5 Doctype, Click Tools - Choose Page Editor Options -- Choose the Authoring Tab. Look at the drop down menu under "Doctype & Secondary Shema" as shown below. Choose a Doctype and then set the Secondary Schema so that it matches the Doctype.
Usually you set mime-types for different types of "files" which are passed from your server to the receiver. In Apache you would add the following lines to your .htaccess file (in your root directory): AddType application/xhtml+xml .xhtml .xht You'd add the file's extension to whatever you'd want to transfer with that mimetype. Be it .xhtml, .xht, .html, ...
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