It would be much easier if you could just add tal: and metal: inside
the %coreattrs definition ;-)


On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 11:16 PM,  <php...@jakeman.plus.com> wrote:
> To follow up my own posting, I've found it's possible to get the W3C
> validator to accept tal: and metal: attributes by using a DOCTYPE that
> points to a custom DTD. It's not ideal as you have to specify each
> combination of element and attribute that you have actually used. However it
> does work and a correct PHPTAL file is passed as fully valid. Once XHTML v2
> is available, maybe the validators will respect namespaces and we can
> specify tal: and metal: so that they are accepted.
>
> For notes on using custom DTDs, see WDG at
> http://htmlhelp.com/tools/validator/customdtd.html
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