What do you mean by pseudo HTML?
I normally go for XHTML compliant where it is reasonable and possible.
Remember that JSP gets evaluated and produces HTML. As long as the end result of evaluating the JSP matches your end use, then I would think that you are fine.
That can mean that your JSP might not be easily run through tools like lint without errors/warnings.
posted 4 years ago
By psuedo HTML, I mean non-HTML-compliant HTML (for example: a JSP scriptlet). I thought about putting an HTML5 doctype in the JSP tag file, but it is not clear to me if this is compliant with the JSP tag specification.