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Kaboraya

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  1. From my opinion Dreamweaver is the best software for web designing.
  2. As per testing concern, always i found problems in design and some java script errors in Internet explores in my web application, which works well in mozilla.I.E. is more error prone.
  3. I know that XHTML 2.0 and HTML 5 are in the works for quite some time and I'm still confused by these two... As adopter of XHTML 1.x, my gut says to go when XHTML 2.0 over HTML 5 (when they are out of course). All I've seen about HTML 5 so far, was more multimedia oriented and I don't develop much of those websites. But I haven't seen that much about it either one of them. Still, I think that XHTML 2.0 seems the way to go for someone that mostly developed websites in XHTML 1.1.
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    Doctype

    The doctype depends on what your html looks like. It doesn't really matter whether the page is being generated with php or not, but just upon what the final code sent to the browser looks like. HTML 4 Transitional is probably a good one to start with. The W3C maintains a list of valid doctypes that you can choose from.
  5. Java applet is an applet delivered to the users in the form of Java bytecode. Java applets can run in a Web browser using a Java Virtual Machine a stand-alone tool for testing applets. Java applets were introduced in the first version of the Java language in 1995. Java applets are usually written in the Java programming language but they can also be written in other languages that compile to Java bytecode such as Jython.Applets are used to provide interactive features to web applications that cannot be provided by HTML. Since Java's bytecode is platform independent, Java applets can be execute
  6. Many HTML authors have heard of XHTML. XHTML is basically HTML that has been formalized to the degree that is also valid XML. XSLT is a method of transforming an XML document into another XML document. You can transform an XML document into an HTML document for example. Using XSLT is especially useful for developing online applications. Instead of developing a server-side template engine, you can create a client-side XSLT file which defines the rendering rules, and have the application output mere XML. This allows great savings in bandwidth, and also saves you from the trouble of having to imp
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