Re: Converting transitional to strict
On 16 mai, 14:19, Alfred Molon <alfred_mo...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> In article <slrnhv01bc.1hin.g.kr...@ibook-g4.local>, Lewis says...
> > Try this:
> > <form method="post" action="../suche/" class="searchform" >
> > <div>
> > <input maxlength="255" name="s" size="30" value="" class="searchform">
> > <input value="Search" type="submit" class="searchform1">
> > </div>
> > </form>
> I tried that and it messed up the layout (search window no longer in one
> line with the other menu elements).
Then you should continue to investigate your markup code, CSS code.
> Also noticed that lots of major sites are still using transitional. Evenwww.webmasterworld.com, the site of the gurus, has doctype set to
This is an utterly weak argument. Because others don't do "x" (or do
"y"), then I won't do "x" (or will do "y").
> I think I'll continue sticking to transitional, as long as
> the browsers support this. "Strict" is too strict for me ;-)
Strict, by definition, should be better supported than transitional as
it does not have presentational elements and presentational
attributes. The strict DTD is reduced, smaller than transitional DTD.
But what you said is revealing how many people think and feel about
strict DTD: they think it will be strict, enforcing parsing rules,
Strict should be understood has more pure HTML, more correct HTML, not
necessarly more strict or less forgiving, or less lenient.
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