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...or simply putting the empty tags in CDATA sections. If there are many, then placing the whole HTML in CDATA is also an option.Note: The example you provided could actually be put directly. XML could store all kinds of data. It only depends if the other language you use would understand that the content of <myTest> is actually HTML and that depends totally on you. The only thing which you can't place in XML would be non closed empty tags such as <br>, <img>, etc. (you can place their XHTML equivalents <br />, <img />, etc. though). In that case, you would use one of the above methods.

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