You would have to create them all one at a time. But why?
Really for the most part regardless of the doctype selected the CSS layout is still the same. So you would only need to actually create the sixteen or however many variations there is. Unless I totally misunderstand the question?
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No, that's the perfect answer. If the layouts are all the same, then it will make my job that much easier.
I assume there are a few minor differences between the HTML and XHTML layouts, but they'll presumably be easy to change as needed.
I assume there are a few minor differences between the HTML and XHTML layouts...
Not really. Remember, CSS controls the layout. The main difference between HTML and XHTML are the tag closures in your markup. In HTML you'll see this >. In XHTML you'll see a lot of these />.