Working at a web design company, I have always strived to keep the design and the code
seperate, especially because you often have clients who want to change the design of their
The other consideration is that HTML recently changed to XHTML, a subset of XML, and I haven't
heard anything stating that cgi.pm is up to date with the new standard yet.
If you want to know more about XHTML, I suggest you check out:
- W3C's Explanation of XHTML
- Mozquito.org which has already
created the first IDE for XHTML.
Sebastian Schnitzenbaumer and Cassandra Greer worked with other authors to produce
Wrox's first book on XHTML.
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