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- Niki Kovacs
September 18, 2005, 7:10 pm
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I'm actually discovering the wonderful world of w3c validation. Guess I'll
spend a few days learning the ins and outs of its, and then try to rewrite
my four PHP sites that are online.
Question: I wonder what doctype / standard to choose. Goal: sites must
display correctly on any browser. Yeah OK, I know this is my work to test
it everywhere (mind you, when I go online, more often than not I use Lynx
on my Linux Slackware box).
Everyone seems to have a good opinion of every standard. I don't want to
start a flame war here. Just choose one good language / standard... and
then stick to it.
Thanks for your advice,
I'm not as think as you stoned I am.
Re: HTML 4.01 strict / transitional vs. XHTML 1.0
Niki Kovacs wrote:
XHTML is loaded down with (mostly) subtle issues, but provides few benefits
to the vast majority. Stick with HTML. 4.01 is the latest and (really)
greatest but is also old enough to have a mature level of support among
Transitional contains everything Strict does plus a pile of stuff that you
almost certainly shouldn't be using with with current levels of support for
So - HTML 4.01 Strict.
Loaded question. What is "correctly"?
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