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The goal here is to XHTML-ify TWiki (e.g. templates and rendered text) as far as possible without breaking HTML 3.2. For low RequiredEnvironmentForTWiki we should keep TWiki working with HTML 3.2 compliant browsers.

As a first step, I changed the view template on this server to be XHTML Transitional based. Please report here if you experience any difficulties with your browser, especially text based ones. Note that the rendered text (text between TWiki headers and footers) is no yet converted to XHTML.

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To Do:

  • Convert all other templates to XHTML (after feedback is in on the view template)
  • Convert rendering to XHTML

-- PeterThoeny - 16 Apr 2001

Done and in TWikiAlphaRelease. Please let us know in case you discover some misses.

-- PeterThoeny - 21 Aug 2001

Would it be easy to have list items <li> closed out by a </li>? Also, I think that <p /> should be replaced by <br />.

-- RobertFrazier - 29 Oct 2001

An easy way to check the validity of TWiki generated HTML is to use the HTML Validator supplied by W3C - linked here and above. This can be used on uploaded files as well as URLs.

-- RichardDonkin - 29 Oct 2001

I did. And it flagged up errors. In particular, the ones about the lack of the closing of li, and the empty p. My understanding, which, admittedly, is incomplete, is that all beginning elements need to have a corresponding end element. When I use tidy on other latex2html generated files, it certainly adds them

-- RobertFrazier - 30 Oct 2001

Related Topics: ConformSingletonTagsToXHTML

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