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- Doctype strict and IE8/IE9 [3 Updates]
- Artist <email@example.com> Apr 10 04:10PM -0500
Yup, that's what I meant. His message was deleted from the archive because
it was spam. As he sent it, he was banned as a user because it was pure
- firstname.lastname@example.org Apr 09 10:58PM -0600
I'm having some difficultly with a doctype.
It seems that I am not able to get my CSS to work well with XHTML 1.0 strict.
I'm not sure what to look for or where to start.
I know that when I run it through the W3c validator I get over 50
errors for this one page.
Is there a decent easy to read cheat sheet for codes that I can and
can not use for strict?
For example, I know that a <span> will not allow widths. This is one
problem I am having and need to know a better work around.
I'm using .net 4.0 and when you use some of their controls they are
built out as spans. So I need to find a way around this issue.
I would hate to have to put divs around everything but it's sounding
more and more like I need to do that.
Anyway, any insight in to this would be greatly appreciated.
- eriteric <email@example.com> Apr 10 04:28AM -0700
I don't know anything about .net but I have to ask... any reason why you
can't use a newer doctype?
Strict is all about removing presentation from structure.. I suppose just
keep that in mind.
There is plenty online about it. Here is what looks like a good place to
get you started:
On Monday, April 9, 2012 9:58:07 PM UTC-7, cooljazz wrote:
- eriteric <firstname.lastname@example.org> Apr 10 04:31AM -0700
On Tuesday, April 10, 2012 4:28:45 AM UTC-7, eriteric wrote:
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