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Re: xhtml basic and script

From: Shane McCarron <shane@aptest.com>
Date: Fri, 26 Aug 2005 16:29:35 -0500
Message-ID: <430F89BF.8060502@aptest.com>
To: "Scott L. Holmes" <scottlholmes@yahoo.com>
CC: Osmo Saarikumpu <osmo@kotikone.fi>, www-html-editor@w3.org

The flat version of the DTD is included in the document sort of as a 
reference - it is not really intended for use, particularly like this.  
Take a look at http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/Guide/xhtml-m12n-tutorial/ - it 
might be of some help.

Scott L. Holmes wrote:

>--- Osmo Saarikumpu <osmo@kotikone.fi> wrote:
>  
>
>>Scott L. Holmes wrote:
>>
>>    
>>
>>>I like Basic 1.0 because it eliminates
>>>presentational elements but I still need
>>>scripting so my document doesn't quite
>>>      
>>>
>>validate
>>    
>>
>>>in my xml editor.
>>>
>>>Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
>>>      
>>>
>>I'd do it the simple way: use any DTD that
>>suits without modification 
>>and don't use them nasty presentational
>>elements. Voila!
>>    
>>
>
>I think I will do as you suggest. It's just that
>I'd been looking for a good reason to use Basic
>1.0 but it's perhaps better to wait to see what
>comes out of the Compound Document Formats Group
>or similar. 
>
>I did attempt what I suggested and it sort of
>worked. So I might try again. I was hoping there
>was a write up somewhere on how to eXtend our
>loverly Xhtml language! - The modularization
>document is a bit beyond me, I'm afraid - but
>perhaps I'll look that over some more.
>
>If anyone has any idea on this - or even where I
>could find more info on the flat versions of the
>DTD's I'd really appreciate it.
>
>Scott
>  
>

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