David Dorward <email@example.com> wrote:
Date: Thu, 2 Feb 2006 09:58:29 +0000
From: David Dorward <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: katrina maramba <email@example.com>
Subject: XHTML Print & DTDs
> 4. As I stated, it is stated in the XHTML-Print spec that the DTD that
> should be used is xhtml-print10.dtd. What happens when the user
> specifies a different DTD (Strict, Transitional, Frameset)?
Then it won't be an XHTML-Print document :)
But that wouldn't be a fatal error, would it? Printers should still process this kind of document?
I have gathered a number of (supposed-to-be) XHTML-Print data from Nokia and Samsung cellphones. The DTD specified in both cellphone-generated
XHTML-Print files is xhtml1-strict.dtd. They were accepted and printed in HP printers.
Here is an example. I got this from Samsung and the MIME header stated that it is XHTML-Print but its DTD is strict. Please take a look.
Content-Type: application/vnd.pwg-multiplexed; type=application/vnd.pwg-xhtml-print+xml
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Any help and comment would be appreciated.
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