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August 28, 2003

Another Approach to Comment Validation

Sean at agresticism is playing around with using XML Schema for comment validation (in VBScript, of all things!). His setup is still under development, but I like the idea of using an XHTML Schema and built-in XML processing tools much better than all the extra baggage attached to using the W3C Validator.

Non-MovableType users should definitely take a look.

Posted by distler at August 28, 2003 2:16 PM

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