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  1. sgt_spike

    DTD/XML to HTML

    As I went through the XML tutorials I kept thinking about a personal project I want to do at home. I would like to turn my iTunes library into a webpage. I just need a view only page, but something that could be automatically updated when items are added to the library. You may already know iTunes uses an xml file to store metadata about media files in the library. This xml has a dtd schema (<!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple Computer//DTD PLIST 1.0//EN" "http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd">) identifying the structure of the xml (I learned this from the tutorials).
  2. Hello! I'm a beginner when it comes to XHTML/HTML and therefore I have a question. As far as I know you are supposed to tell the browser what (X)HTML version the document uses in the <!DOCTYPE>-tag and then the browser will "understand" and read the document correctly. But you also provide a link to a DTD that says exactly what elements are allowed etc. My question: Does the browser read the DTD in order to display the document or can it display the document properly by just knowing the actual (X)HTML version stated in <!DOCTYPE>? If the browser doesn't read the DTD, th
  3. I have a some System Entities defined our my Master xml (that has entity references to contained xml's) that I use to get image locations using (unparsed-entity-ur). Which works fine, except for the case where the xml has a figure object with comments:note attribute, and then a contained <graphic> which uses entity reference to resolve the image source. Without the comment:note of the figure, it resolves fine. The problem is my comment xslt template creates a document fragment of the node containing the comment without the comment attribute resulting from xsl copy-of function, so it
  4. jo_rocks

    dtd problem

    Hi all, I have the follow problem, I have an xml file that have this, this xml file can't be changed: <root> <title>Hello</title> <content> <title>Weekend</title> </content></root> I must have a DTD that must validate the xml, now the problem is that I have two nodes with the same name title, this is my proposal, but it doesn't pass the validation, because I can't declare the same name more than once: <!ELEMENT root (title, content)><!ELEMENT title (#PCDATA)><!ELEMENT content (title)><!ELEMENT title (#PCDAT
  5. Hi everyone, When creating a DTD, is there special syntax for when a child and grandchild element share the same name? i.e.: <!DOCTYPE Parent [<!ELEMENT name(#PCDATA)><!ELEMENT child(name,age)><!ELEMENT name(#PCDATA)><!ELEMENT age(#PCDATA>]> XMLuser
  6. According to the "HTML Elements and Valid Doctypes" page at "http://www.w3schools...ef_html_dtd.asp", the tags like 'thead', 'tbody', 'col', 'del', 'ins' are invalid for XHTML 1.1. But when I checked with the official DTD at "http://www.w3.org/TR...DTD/xhtml11.dtd", they all look properly included and valid elements for the xhtml1.1. I know that there are two versions of table modules supported by XHTML1.1 specification: one with 'thead', 'tbody', 'col' and another one without them(whick is called "Basic Table Module" if anyone cares). But I think the official DTD uses the one with those tags
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