I gotta question guys, my Template is XHTML Transitional 1.0 Valid,
does this mean HTML Valid?
Or must it be HTML 4 .1 Valid?
I for one thing XHTML > HTML
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Yea I found the validator and all, but things like SMF templates are XHTML verified NOT HTML http://www.simplemachines.org/
And since XHTML includes HTML (XML and HTML )does XHTML do the job?
Sorry to double post but their is no edit button from what I see but also,
the SMF site is validated in XHTML but not HTML due to short tags IE
<div></div> vs. <div> </div>
Thats the only reason my document is passing in XHTML and not HTML so what is the call? Can I mark it as HTML validated, or no?
Seems like a pretty small thing. I just don’t want to go through and change all the short tags to the full version and having
<hr />code just bugs me.
If your doctype is XHTML Transitional 1.0, and it passed the w3.org XHTML validator, then it is valid code. It is XHTML Valid.
if your using FF you can use HTML tidy plugin.