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OCT

2003

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:

10:29 am, pdt21 October, 2003 Comments, Trackbacks (7) ·

Categories: Browsers, Development, Standards

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  1. On differentiating XHTML Transitional and Strict....

    21 Oct, 2003Trackback from dangerousmeta!

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  2. Shirley Kaiser outlines some differences between levels of XHTML.

    23 Oct, 2003Trackback from Nick Bradbury

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  3. ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre XHTML Transitional y la XHTML Strict? En este post descubre enlaces a esas respuestas.

    23 Oct, 2003Trackback from minid.net

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  4. NetNewsWire is, as everyone knows, a fantastic application, but it really comes into its own when you're less connected than...

    30 Oct, 2003Trackback from Submit Response

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  5. I've been putting this off for long enough and seeing as I have a free afternoon today I decided to start my XHTML Re-design of webdiva. Not only will I be re-working Webdiva's markup, Diaphanus @ Webdiva, Dowlais Forum, Coro...

    30 Oct, 2003Trackback from Webdiva

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  6. Quelles sont les différences entre les deux? Un billet de Brainstorms & Raves [en] fait le point en proposant des liens qui permettent au lecteur d'avoir une réponse claire....

    16 Nov, 2003Trackback from Weblogger.ch

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  7. Great Weblog coverage of XHTML resources for those who need to know. Listed are links to resources bound to help explain the differences between transitional and strict XHTML....

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