XHTML DTDs failing in IE5
Mark.Birbeck at iedigital.net
Thu Jun 3 20:39:27 BST 1999
Brandt Dainow wrote:
> I think IE5 is correct. I saw the same problem with some
> DTD's from W3C.
> My understanding is that #FIXED should preceed a specific
> value described in
> chars. Isn't that what a xmlns always contains?
I think I agree, Brandt. However, the DTDs for XHTML simply have xmlns
as a URI that is required, but only say what that namespace is in the
comments. Nowhere is it actually 'defined'.
It's annoying because if I remove the DOCTYPE declaration to get past
the parser, then I lose the ability to use ' ' and such-like.
Thanks for your reply,
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