#95 Website pages include non-HTML '

release_3.1
closed
Lars Kühne
5
2012-10-10
2003-04-14
Simon Roberts
No

Several pages include the XML entity &ampt;apos;
which isn't part of HTML, and thus renders badly in
many browsers (including Internet Explorer).

eg: http://checkstyle.sourceforge.net/writingchecks.html
(section 2, paragraph 2, sentence 4)
"by Checkstyle, so you'll have to"

The XHTML guidelines document recommends against
using 'apos' and suggests ' instead:
http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/guidelines.html#C_16

Discussion

  • Lars Kühne
    Lars Kühne
    2003-04-18

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    fixed in CVS, will be available in release 3.1