Discussion in 'Web Design' started by AidenCora, Sep 30, 2014.
It's my fancy Shakespearean way of saying whatever happened to irony?
Aaaah, I was being somewhat sardonic regarding M$ Windows cack-handed handling of templates for creating files so the irony of it was lost on me
Tell you what - we're getting through the dictionary today - now I've just had to look up sardonic...
HTML5 has two parsing modes or syntaxes: HTML and XML. The difference depends on whether the document is served with a Content-type: text/html header or a Content-type: application/xml+xhtml header.
XHTML is a document type declaration ( DTD ) to be used when transforming machine readable XML into markup language (HTML) that a browser can render into human readable text and images, it is STILL a subset of SGML by the virtue of XML being a restrictive subset of SGML.
You guys should really learn the difference between a language and a document specification.
Or you could read that direct from the source
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