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Old 04-13-2011, 08:58 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by dwig View Post
Yes, that is well and good for ePub output but validating "HTML" is not validating "XHTML"
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Originally Posted by AlexBell
I prepare all my ePub ebooks by hand from XHTML 1.1 strict files
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Originally Posted by dwig
The EPUB validation standards don't apply to HTML code written for conversion to MOBI.
Yes it does. When converting using calibre and using an EPUB as the input format validation does matter. calibre is forgiving to an extent but if it has to guess you are hoping calibre guesses right.
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