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Learn HTML Tutorial
Free online XHTML book.
Type: XHTML #Views: 1098 Category: Article
An XHTML and CSS book that throws beginning developers a bone
Reading the actual Web standards can be a bit confusing, so a book that delivers the information in an easy-to-read manner is appealing. HTML Dog: The Best-Practice Guide to XHTML and CSS by Patrick Griffiths promises to give you everything you need to know to create Web pages, while observing Web standards and accessibility issues along the way. I’m pleased to report that this book does a nice job of meeting its objective.
Type: XHTML #Views: 996 Category: Article
XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Inline Images and Image Maps
A collection of 8 FAQs/tutorials tips on XHTML image and image map elements. Clear answers are provided with tutorial exercises on inline images and image maps: image elements and image sizes; floating images and animated images, server-side and client-side image maps.
Type: XHTML #Views: 2190 Category: Article
Building Modular XHTML Web Pages with PHP
A 8-part article series describing the process of building modular, structured and valid XHTML Web pages using the PHP server-side scripting language.
Type: XHTML #Views: 1856 Category: Article
Producing XHTML-Compliant Pages With Response Filters
Programming with web standards in mind, although vastly ignored, is becoming more and more important. It almost seems it took too long to promote ASP.NET. Now that we're over the hill and "this stuff works" it is about time to start paying attention to web standards. In this article you will learn how to implement a response filter and plug it into the ASP.NET pipeline. The filter will transform outgoing HTML into XHTML 1.0-compliant markup.
Type: XHTML #Views: 1631 Category: Article
Making the switch to XHTML
It's been more than four years since XHTML replaced HTML 4 as the standard markup for Web documents, according to the W3C, and yet most Web builders still haven't switched to XHTML. That's a puzzling observation considering that XHTML boasts several advantages over the older HTML standard, and you can implement the new standard with only modest changes to your code.
Type: XHTML #Views: 1763 Category: Article
Why Switch to XHTML?
For Web developers, the learning process never seems to end. New technologies are constantly being developed, the manipulation of multimedia seems to know no bounds, the proliferation of knowledge, distribution and programming languages continue to develop and grow, and, of course, design standards are constantly being upgraded in an effort to keep up with it all.
Type: XHTML #Views: 1708 Category: Article
Day One: What Is XHTML?
XHTML expert Molly Holzschlag walks you through the basics of XHTML, shows how it compares to HTML, and tells what it means for the world of Web development.
Type: XHTML #Views: 1770 Category: Article
XHTML in the Real World
In this chapter from her book Special Edition Using XHTML, Molly Holzschlag discusses several complex and historical issues surrounding HTML -- how it became what it is today and how it can be fixed. While the current problems with Web markup are not necessarily our fault, they do exist at many levels and have therefore become our responsibility. This chapter is an honest assessment of where we as Web authors have been, where we are today, and where we need to go to make our lives and work less frustrating and more progressive.
Type: XHTML #Views: 1713 Category: Article
What is XHTML?
XML expert Benoit Marchal discusses the differences among XML, HTML, and XHTML, including coherence, modularization, and where we go from here.
Type: XHTML #Views: 1743 Category: Article
XHTML by Example: A Hybrid Layout (Part I)
Use your beginning XHTML skills to mark up a real-world design project. This is the first step in Jeffrey Zeldman's "teaching by doing" XHTML plan.
Type: XHTML #Views: 1698 Category: Article
Mapping HTML to XML
Easily map form elements to XML nodes using XPath, HashMap, and dom4J
Type: XHTML #Views: 1526 Category: Article
Term of the Week: XHTML
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) exploded into the savvy computer user and developer's consciousness around 1994. Although it had been around before that, this was roughly the tipping point when HTML went from obscure scientific curiosity to the point where you could pick up a mainstream computer magazine or go to a bookstore and be assaulted by an overwhelming number of articles and books about HTML. Over the next several years, the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) codified several new versions of HTML, driven by the leaps in technology from the Mosaic, then Netscape and Internet Explorer web browsers.
Type: XHTML #Views: 1201 Category: Article
XHTML: Crossroads of HTML and XML
By now we all know what HTML is. The collection of tags was made famous by the Web, or was it the other way around? Tim Berners-Lee is credited with inventing HTML and the Web, but they were not completely original inventions, as the ideas of hypertext and metatags abounded in Gopher and document-management systems that were based on SGML (Standardized General Markup Language).
Type: XHTML #Views: 1124 Category: Article
I’m sure you’ve heard people mumbling about XHTML and how it combines HTML and XML to create the "next generation" of HTML. This guest article provides a quick run down of what XHTML is, its benefits, how it can be used, and what it looks like.
Type: XHTML #Views: 843 Category: Article
Valid XHTML within .NET
Valid XHTML within .NET. Series Abstract. This can cause problems when using ASP.NET controls on pages that need to conform to one of the XHTML standards.
Type: XHTML #Views: 896 Category: Article
XHTML in the Real World Part II
If your goal is interoperable sites that work across platforms and beyond to wireless, alternative, and internationalized documents, then Molly has some XHTML advice for you in this excerpt from her most recent book....
Type: XHTML #Views: 864 Category: Article
Extending the Web: XHTML Modularization
This article gives an overview of XHTML Modularization, the W3C technology for extending XHTML. Tutorial | from XML.com | by Kendall Grant Clark.
Type: XHTML #Views: 898 Category: Article
XHTML Tutorials and Tips
XHTML Tutorials and Tips. Fast and Easy XHTML Wondering how to turn your HTML markup into XHTML? Here are a few quick tips...
Type: XHTML #Views: 832 Category: Article
: A List Apart
Various XHTML articles
Type: XHTML #Views: 825 Category: Article
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