On 9 February 2011 14:57, Bob McConnell <r...@cbord.com> wrote:
> From: Al
>> On 2/8/2011 4:58 PM, Donovan Brooke wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> Just wanted to say thanks to those that helped me get through my
> first PHP
>>> project (over the last month).
>>> As is with much of the work we server-side language people do, the
> back-end
>>> (non-public) side of this site is perhaps the more interesting.
>> Suggestion: Design for XHTML 1.1.  It really doesn't require any
> significant
>> additional effort and you'll already be current when it becomes the
> W3C
>> standard. I like it because it forces me to create better, cleaner
> html code.
> You should also use the HTML Validator plug-in for Firefox to make sure
> you are producing valid XHTML. That makes it so much easier to find
> those invisible problems. I can't count how many times it has pointed
> right at a logic flaw in my code.
> Bob McConnell

Or go with the more likely candidate for a future html standard: html
5. Has the added benefit of easing you in to the new tags that will be
used as standard in a few years but won't be in xhtml.


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