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xhtmlConformance mode="" /> is new to ASP.NET 2.0 and can be added to the Web.Config to specify the XHTML rendering mode for an ASP.NET Application.  Mode can be set to Legacy, Transitional, or Strict.  Using the Legacy mode is not recommended if your site uses AJAX.  I found setting the mode to transitional particularly useful when trying to persuade DotNetNuke 4.x to output XHTML Transitional Compliant Markup. Posted on Monday, April 30, 2007 8:11 AM ASP.NET , Tips-n-Tricks | Back to top

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that is the sweetness.
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