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XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Forms and Input Fields
A collection of 25 FAQs/tutorials tips on XHTML forms and input fields. Clear answers are provided with tutorial exercises on forms and input fields: form elements and submission methods; input elements and input types like text, password, radio, checkbox, hidden, submit, file, image, button; dropdown lists and text areas; multiple forms.

Type: XHTML  #Views: 50  Category: Tutorial    

Oxygen XHTML Editor
Oxygen comes with XHTML catalog and document templates so that you can start creating XHTML documents right away. Also a ready to use sample is provided in the samples project giving you a head start when working with XHTML. It allows a very flexible document creation management through document templates. You can easily create new XHTML document templates from the editor content and you can publish your templates to share them with other users. HTML documents can be converted during load (imported) to XML allowing you to benefit from the XML support like XPath queries and XSL transformations for instance. During this process you can also associate an XHTML DTD with the new converted document (either the strict or the transitional XHTML DTD) so the converted document is ready to be validated against the specified DTD.

Type: XHTML  #Views: 192  Category: Resource    

Server version of Mozilla Gecko
Web demo of Gecko running as a headless, concurrent server and generating PDF and other web delivery formats

Type: XHTML  #Views: 496  Category: Tool    

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: 542  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: 426  Category: Article    

drx: XHTML
An introduction to XHTML, and a large and growing list of XHTML resources. Like this one. Keep up to date by subscribing to the category RSS feed.

Type: XHTML  #Views: 374  Category: Resource    

HTML and XHTML Frequently Answered Questions
HTML and XHTML Frequently Answered Questions

Type: XHTML  #Views: 608  Category: FAQ    

XHTML 2.0 Working Draft Published
The HTML Working Group has released the sixth public Working Draft of XHTML 2.0. A modularized language without presentation elements, XHTML 2 takes HTML back to its roots in document structuring. The draft includes an early implementation of XHTML 2.0 in RELAX NG.

Type: XHTML  #Views: 565  Category: Resource    

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: 638  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: 571  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: 667  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: 566  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: 597  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: 610  Category: Article    

Mapping HTML to XML
Easily map form elements to XML nodes using XPath, HashMap, and dom4J

Type: XHTML  #Views: 675  Category: Article    

Authoring Techniques for XHTML and HTML Internationalization Working Drafts Published
The GEO (Guidelines, Education and Outreach) Task Force of the Internationalization Working Group has published three First Public Working Drafts. The drafts cover Specifying the Language of Content, Characters and Encodings and Handling Bidirectional Text. Designed for content authors, the documents are aids to ensuring that HTML and XHTML are written for an international audience

Type: XHTML  #Views: 525  Category: Resource    

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: 571  Category: Article    

XHTML TAG: noframes
The noframes tag is used to display an alternative message on browsers that do not recognize frames.

Type: XHTML  #Views: 800  Category: Example    

Assignment #1: XHTML, SVG, and MathML
Prepare a web page of your liking containing XHTML, SVG, and MathML code of your liking. Submit a URL to your web page. Give your file the extension name .html, and have an alias to it with the extension name .xml

Type: XHTML  #Views: 566  Category: Resource    

Normative Definition of XHTML 1.0
This version of XHTML provides a definition of strictly conforming XHTML 1.0 documents, which are restricted to elements and attributes from the XML and XHTML 1.0 namespaces. See Section 3.1.2 for information on using XHTML with other namespaces, for instance, to include metadata expressed in RDF within XHTML documents.

Type: XHTML  #Views: 553  Category: Resource    

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