FW: A new question for the RDF FAQ

From: Chris Kreussling (xris@panix.com)
Date: Sat, Sep 11 1999


Message-ID: <01BEFC26.4FA039D0.xris@panix.com>
From: Chris Kreussling <xris@panix.com>
To: "'www-validator@w3.org'" <www-validator@w3.org>
Date: Sat, 11 Sep 1999 07:19:12 -0400
Subject: FW: A new question for the RDF FAQ

RDF information in the HEAD section breaks HTML 4.0 Transitional 
validation. Is this expected?

The URL in question is <http://www.xris.com/>.

Thanks

Chris Kreussling / e: xris@panix.com / w: <http://www.xris.com/>
"To be a warrior is to learn to be genuine in every moment of 
your life." - Chogyam Trungpa

-----Original Message-----
From:	Chris Kreussling [SMTP:xris@panix.com]
Sent:	Thursday, September 09, 1999 11:25 PM
To:	'Ralph R. Swick'
Cc:	rdf@xris.com; Chris Kreussling
Subject:	RE: A new question for the RDF FAQ

On Thursday, September 09, 1999 4:02 PM, Ralph R. Swick
[SMTP:swick@w3.org] wrote:
> At 11:19 AM 9/8/1999 -0400, Chris Kreussling wrote:
> >Dear Ralph:
> >
> >Regarding the RDF FAQ at <http://www.w3.org/RDF/FAQ>:
> >
> >One question I've been unable to answer from any of the W3C
> >pages: How can I start using RDF in my own pages? I'm looking
> >for simple examples or HTML fragments I can customize for my
> >own Web content. I've been unable to locate such examples
> >anywhere.
>
> Thanks for the nudge, Chris.  The FAQ has been badly
neglected,
> I admit.
> I have added http://www.w3.org/RDF/FAQ#How now; I hope this
> starts
> to address your question.

Ralph: I added the example RDF code to the HEAD section of my
site's home page. Now the page no longer validates for HTML 4.0
Transitional using the W3C HTML validation tool:

<http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.xris.com%2F>

flags the RDF syntax with errors such as

there is no attribute "XMLNS:RDF"

and so on. Do you know if this is correct behavior? Or is this
an oversight on the aprt of the validation group?

Thanks

Chris Kreussling / e: xris@panix.com / w: <http://www.xris.com/>
"To be a warrior is to learn to be genuine in every moment of
your life." - Chogyam Trungpa