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XHTML VALIDATION TUTORIALS & ARTICLES : Links to Lessons for XHTML Validation including XHTML Validation Errors, Markups, CSS, and Transitional Validation Coding.

XHTML Validation
A Valid XHTML document one that adheres to the rules of a Document Type Definition. A DTD defines the legal elements of an XHTML document.

XHTML Validation
An XHTML document is validated against a Document Type Definition.

Common XHTML Validation Errors
Elements in XHTML must be closed in the reverse order that they were opened in…

Validating XHTML Transitional
Validating to the recommended standards set out in the XHTML Transitional doctype is a popular trend of late, but not a lot of people can do it properly - most are still using deprecated coding/etc. The point of advancing HTML and moving over to XHTML was to clean up the coding and to provide better compliancy with a wider range of devices which can now browse the Internet. By simply sticking an XHTML doctype up and not following any of the recommendations people are defeating the point of this cross-breed language.

Validating XHTML Strict
I'm going to assume that you're following this tutorial because you already know the basics of XHTML Transitional - you know about compulsory alt attributes and quoted attributes, you know that you must use lowercase and that the doctype is mandatory…

Validating XHTML documents
An XHTML document that conforms to the XHTML specification is said to be a valid document. In a perfect world, all browsers would follow the web standards and valid documents would predictably render on every browser and platform. Although validating your XHTML does not ensure cross-browser compatibility, it is recommended.

XHTML Validation
Test for valid XHTML The markup to embed Shockwave is similar to the 'Flash Satay' method…

Validation
Validating an XHTML document's content involves checking its markup against a DTD and reporting markup errors. You can validate HTML, XHTML, and CSS files by using the W3C's validator. It will allow you to validate files on the Internet or on your computer.

 

XHTML and CSS Validation
Before publishing any XHTML page on the library’s server, you must be certain that it contains only W3C-approved tags and properly authored Style Sheets. The process of Kosherizing your XHTML and CSS is known as validation.

Validating XHTML Transitional
Validating to the recommended standards set out in the XHTML Transitional doctype is a popular trend of late, but not a lot of people can do it properly - most are still using deprecated coding/etc. The point of advancing HTML and moving over to XHTML was to clean up the coding and to provide better compliancy with a wider range of devices which can now browse the Internet. By simply sticking an XHTML doctype up and not following any of the recommendations people are defeating the point of this cross-breed language.

Validating XHTML Strict
I'm going to assume that you're following this tutorial because you already know the basics of XHTML Transitional - you know about compulsory alt attributes and quoted attributes, you know that you must use lowercase and that the doctype is mandatory. If you don't, I suggest you start on the validating xhtml transitional tutorial.

HTML / XHTML Markup Validation
These services provide W3C mark-up (HTML and XHTML) validation of both online and uploaded files, available from the forms below. Whichever service you use, the file you specify is checked against the latest standard and the results displayed in a new browser window.

TIPS ON XHTML TRANSITIONAL VALIDATION
Here you can find all the information about the validation of the xhtml transition…

Error messages from the W3C HTML / XHTML validator
One of the best ways to ensure that your pages look and function the same on as many browser variants as possible is to use the W3C's own HTML/XHTML Validation Service to check your pages for errors and inconsistencies.

XHTML validation rules
An XHTML document must be well-formed XML. It must conform to basic XML syntax…

Validation XHTML
Are you seeking information about Validation XHTML? This page offers a basic introduction to Validation XHTML, how it is used today, and what the future may hold.

Validating XHTML documents
An XHTML document that conforms to the XHTML specification is said to be a valid document. In a perfect world, all browsers would follow the web standards and valid documents would predictably render on every browser and platform. Although validating your XHTML does not ensure cross-browser compatibility, it is recommended.

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