Did you check out www.mozquito.org?
If you did, you wouldn't be in the sorry state that you mentioned. We, too,
are now XHTML-based, and it took us less than 45 minutes to get there
From: Dan Kohn <email@example.com>
To: Fork (E-mail) <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sunday, October 31, 1999 5:39 PM
Subject: Updated home page
>Well, it wasn't glamorous, but I spent the weekend learning HTML 4.01 and
>XHTML 1.0 and then updating my web site to be XHTML compliant.
>It's incredible to me the sorry state of tools today. I used FrontPage
>2000, HTML Kit 1.0 build 280 (which has Dave Raggett's Tidy built in), and
>IE 5.0, but all were buggy and behaved inconsistently.
>Content-wise, the two main changes are the new books and happiness pages.
>Finally, I switched my domain from a free Angelfire site to a $24.95 a month
>Concentric web hosting subscription, which supports FrontPage uploads. The
>domain should update in a day or so but is redirecting to the right place
>for the time being, so only the URL is off.
>I'd greatly appreciate any feedback, whether technical or content-oriented.
> - dan
>Daniel Kohn <mailto:email@example.com>