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5236Re: [XHTML-L] Re: An alternative to frames AND to targets?
- Anton ProwseJul 12 6:55 AMDavid Dorward wrote:
> --- In XHTML-L@yahoogroups.com, "d" <uforobotgrendizerus@...> wrote:link normally.
>>> Include the meta content (such as navigation) on each page, and
>> Ok but what if I change the navigation menu? Should I change the codesingle HTML file for the menu , that could be re-used in all pages?
>> of this menu on ALL my html files? Isn't there a way to have one
>Not sure about that; I would guess most people would approach it even
> Single HTML file? No.
> Single file? Dozens of ways.
> Most people use a templating system of some kind.
more simply and just use direct includes via PHP's 'include' keyword or
via Server-Side Includes (SSI) on the server.
> Almost no site with an XHTML Doctype would function is treated asXHTML - even the well-formed, valid ones usually have CSS or JS that
depends on an HTML style interpretation of the markup.
Could you explain further what you mean? If the document is dependent
on JS or CSS in order to expose its content then it is badly-designed.
> As a client side language, XHTML has failed.Agreed. Outside of the public Web, however, many people find it useful
to have an XML-based markup format.
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