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hello everyone im new in web development im kind loss i reading w3c.org web standard and i dont understand how to apply it in my web site any one can help please. thank you
Feb 19 '08 #1
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Hi milas,
i reading w3c.org web standard and i dont understand how to apply it in my web site any one can help please
Just FOLLOW them. For example
XHTML standard : all elements and attribute names should be written in lower case, and that all attribute values must be quoted.
Now tell me, how would u apply this to your page ? Simply, don't use capital letters in all elements and attribute names. Quote all attribute values.

Another example,
Standard: all document types should be declared via the correct DOCTYPE declaration.
How to follow this standard? Nothing more than declaring the proper DTD for each page u create.

Next, Verify the validity of your final document through
HTML validator
Css validator
They provide u with the line numbers where the errors occur.
That's all. Start now and I'm sure you'll do well.

Best of Luck,
Feb 19 '08 #2

drhowarddrfine
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There are a couple of articles in the Howtos at the top of this page, under the html/css section you can look at.

Specifically, what are you trying to figure out? The standard can be rather difficult, in places, to understand. There are some parts that are well written and instructive, but others that are written in technical form that can be tough to understand.
Feb 19 '08 #3

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i was trying to understand css 2 specification i been reading the spec and dont understand how to apply the specification thank you
Feb 20 '08 #4

drhowarddrfine
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Perhaps you should look at the tutorials at http://www.w3schools.com/
Feb 20 '08 #5

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