Originally Posted by JSWolf
A lot of Mobipocket eBooks are full of garbage code and thus, Calibre gives similar code to the ePub.
Why do you insist on saying stuff like this? MOBI is no more predisposed to being "full of garbage code" than any other format is. Not supporting CSS means that there will be much more in the way of inline attributes—spans and font tags and the like. It certainly doesn't look
as good; I'll grant you that. And while that's unfortunate and not as "pretty" to look at or as "editable" as xhtml with some subtly applied CSS might be, it's not "garbage code," it's the code that's required
to make a MOBI function.
Garbage code is garbage code... and no format is immune or
predisposed to it. They're all equally susceptible.