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James: I personally ignore relative refs in escaped HTML, and barring some mad rush toward them by publishers, will continue to do so. Expecting feed consumers to take tag soup, run it through Tidy, and *then* apply xml:base is nuts, IMO. A few broken images and links later, maybe they'll learn to cut it out.

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Roger, yeah, as a best practice for publishers, I agree that relative paths in escaped html are evil.

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