Re: Used modularization to restore the use of TARGET=

> ><!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//PetesGuide//DTD XHTML 1.1 plus Target//EN"
> >                      "">
> As I was saying to Jim just before you stopped by on #validator, you might
> want to use the FPI "+//IDN XHTML 1.1 plus Target//EN"
> (cf. ISO-8879:1986, TC2, Annex K.4.6[0]).

Terje, are you sure? That document seems to talk about SGML rules, not XML. Therefore, I surmise that your statement would be unambiguously correct if I were making my own HTML DTD. But for XHTML, I found this reference:

Which says (among other things):
  The leading field must be "-" to indicate a privately defined resource.
Does that take precedence for XHTML DTDs, or must I still follow the ISO document you referenced?

Received on Tuesday, 26 February 2002 13:43:40 UTC