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    2005

    Transitional vs. Strict Markup


    As I'm a member of the TYPO3 content rendering group I'd like to point you on an article about transitional vs. strict markup at 24 ways. The article focuses on when it is ok to use transitional markup and that you should use strict markup wherever possible. It also points out the differences between the two kinds of markup very clearly.

    Although my time is very limited at the moment I'm still trying to do my best in helping to acomplish our goal to make TYPO3 4.0 output XHTML strict compliant markup.

    Transitional vs. Strict Markup at 24 ways.

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    #1 | chillu commented on Monday, 11-09-06 11:07

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    "what the heck is he talking about, I always thought he's a Windows guy?!" - hehe, exactly my thoughts! ;D
    another convert, yay! (btw, melanie has bought an ibook as well the other day).
    did u pay the extra bucks for black mac goodness? c'mon, we want specs and unpacking-pr0n! :D


    #2 | hugo commented on Monday, 11-09-06 11:47

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    yay! :)


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