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HTML 4.01 / XHTML 1.0 Reference

HTML 4.01 / XHTML 1.0 Reference

css Zen Garden: The Beauty in CSS Design Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report HTML/CSS to PDF converter written in Python - HTML2PDF Converter mezzoblue § Home Displaying RSS Feeds with XHTML, CSS and JQuery RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds provide a means for regular visitors of your website to stay informed of your most recent content. You can start a new RSS feed, depending on your site, through such places as Feedburner. Visitors can then add your RSS feed to their Google Reader or as a widget on their iGoogle pages. You can also add your RSS feed to your own site to create an automated means to showcase your latest content. You can also use services such as HootSuite to push your RSS feed out to places like Twitter, Facebook and many other social networking sites. The purpose of this article is to show different ways on how to present RSS feeds on your site. The first example comes from Dynamic Drive and their SAG scroller. As you can see, the scroller on the left displays five entries at a time from a single source. Dynamic Drive Code <script type="text/javascript" src=" In the body of your HTML page, insert the following: The CSS Style Custom Controls

World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) XIST · Python software · LivingLogic AG XIST is an extensible HTML and XML generator. XIST is also a XML parser with a very simple and pythonesque tree API. Every XML element type corresponds to a Python class and these Python classes provide a conversion method to transform the XML tree (e.g. into HTML). XIST was written as a replacement for the HTML preprocessor HSC, and borrows some features and ideas from it. It also borrows the basic ideas (XML/HTML elements as Python objects) from HTMLgen and HyperText. XIST is the basis of an XML Web Content Management System by LivingLogic AG.

/* Position Is Everything */ — Modern browser bugs explained in detail! Designing With Web Standards, 3rd Edition Designing with Web Standards[1] is a web development book by Jeffrey Zeldman (third edition with Ethan Marcotte). Zeldman co-founded the Web Standards Project in 1998 and served as its director during the formative years when the project was petitioning browser makers to support standards. Zeldman left the project in 2003. The book’s audience is primarily web development professionals who are focused on web standards design work. Summary[edit] Written by Jeffrey Zeldman, a staunch proponent of web standards and founder of the award-winning web design studio Happy Cog,[2] Designing with Web Standards guides the reader on how to better utilize web standards pragmatically to create accessible, user-friendly web sites. For the third edition of the book, Zeldman brought in fellow author Ethan Marcotte[3] to “substantially revise” and update the content.[4] Critique[edit] The book’s third and most recent edition was released on October 25, 2009, by New Riders Press. About web standards[edit]

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