Re: [NH] Warning: expected "html PUBLIC"
> <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//w3c//dtd HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "E:\NoteTabPro\loose.dtd">
>If you want to customise the DTD Doctype needs to be set to system not
<!DOCTYPE HTML SYSTEM
The following article shows how you can validate your document by
customising a DTD
you also might want to check out the discusion of the difference between
lints and validators.
>I tried the following in my .dtd file with and without %Color;TIDY doesn't lay claim to be a validator and as far I am aware it is not DTD
>but Tidy still reports it. ???
aware. It just checks that your markup is wellformed and that it complies
with w3c recomendations.
I'm not quite sure whether customising the DTD would work with the cse
validator The above article says it is a lint not a real.validator.
Just checked the CSE site.....
In a reply to a post the CSE author Albert Wiersch said
"CSE does not read DTDs.
I will look into XHTML more for the next major upgrade. There are some
features you can check now to help you:
Require optional closing tags
Require lowercase tags and attributes
Require quoted attribute values
I think checking the above will help. Those options are in the Validator 2
tab in the Validator Engine Options. "
- Hi Grant,
> If you want to customise the DTD Doctype needs to be set toAh, maybe that is my problem. ;)
> system not public.
> <!DOCTYPE HTML SYSTEM
>> I tried the following in my .dtd file with and without %Color;OH, I must have misunderstood you. I was trying to get Tidy not
>> but Tidy still reports it. ???
> TIDY doesn't lay claim to be a validator and as far I am aware
> it is not DTD aware.
to check for bordercolor...
> Just checked the CSE site.....I know. :) Tidy is the one complaining.
> In a reply to a post the CSE author Albert Wiersch said
> "CSE does not read DTDs.
> I will look into XHTML more for the next major upgrade.OK, but that won't interest me. I won't use all lowercase until
forced to. The reason I asked before about using your library
and then making it all upper tag, lower attribute was I would
get a strict validation, but then change the case and change
<!DocType after that.
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