XHTML Transitional, Strict - What’s the Difference?
What’s allowable in XHTML 1.0 Transitional but not permitted in XHTML 1.0 Strict? Peter-Paul Koch asked about comparison lists the other day in his exceptional XHTML-L discussion list. I’ve listed three of my favorites below. I found these concise and easy to quickly find what you need. I’ve added short descriptions to each of the links below:
- Comparison of Strict and Transitional XHTML, zvon.org. Concise listing with zvon links to more details for all elements and related attributes. [credit: Michael Sauers]
- XHTML: Differences between Strict & Transitional, liorean.web-graphics.com. Listing of elements and what’s different for XHTML Transitional and Strict. Includes helpful comments. [credits: liorean]
- XHTML 1.0 Reference, w3schools.com. This chart provides a table of elements and corresponding XHTML DTDs. Includes earliest Netscape and Internet Explorer support for each element, too. [credits: Mary Ann Simmons]
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