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Links 1 through 10 of 10 by Atif Aziz tagged xhtml

JsonML is an extension of JSON that enables mapping XML data using JSON type markup, and in turn enables easily creating XML or XHTML data based on JSON markup and to build and exchange UI elements. This article shows how to make use of JsonML.

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The W3C Validator is treated as a down-level browser and is served invalid XHTML. As ASP.NET 2.0 doesn't know about the W3C Validator user agent it gets things wrong. The missing link is to add a browser capabilities file.

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Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 has many features to help you design and build Web sites that are compliant with XHTML and accessibility standards. This article looks at how and why you should be building these standards-compliant sites.

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Wiky is a client-side Wiki markup to HTML converter written in JavaScript. As it is bidirectional, it can convert Wiki markup to HTML and later convert that generated HTML text back to Wiki markup.

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The quality of markup will affect the quality of related code, and even the cost of implementing or maintaining that code. Your markup might be good now, but following the guidelines in this article will help bring it to the next level.

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To many designer’s annoyance, the HTML 4.0 Strict and XHTML 1.0 Strict recommendations of the W3C no longer include the target attribute of the <a> tag. So if the standards say we shouldn’t use it, how should we go about creating new-window links, whi

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Roger Johansson returns to first principles and considers the fundamental differences between Transitional and Strict DOCTYPEs, as well as some of the common mistakes made when dealing with each. A timely reminder of the fundamentals can never go amiss.

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Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 has many features to help you design and build Web sites that are compliant with XHTML and accessibility standards. This article looks at how and why you should be building these standards-compliant sites.

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The HTML 4.0 Strict and XHTML 1.0 Strict recommendations of the W3C no longer include the target attribute of the <a> tag.

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