#136 DOCTYPE, valid HTML, CSS - at least no quirks mode

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nobody
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2006-01-09
2006-01-09
travis
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How about using valid XHTML and a valid DOCTYPE so that
FlexWiki doesn't get rendered in Quirks Mode? Quirks
Mode is much more difficult to debug when it comes to
styling HTML with CSS. Also I noticed that many HTML
attributes are used instead of their CSS equivalents.
Separation of content and presentation would be really
nice.

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  • travis
    travis
    2006-01-09

    HTMLWriter.cs that has been mostly converted

     
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  • travis
    travis
    2006-01-10

    default.aspx that has been converted

     
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  • travis
    travis
    2006-01-10

    default.aspx code behind that has been mostly converted

     
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  • travis
    travis
    2006-01-10

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    It also would be nice if all attributes were consitently
    quoted using " instead of the random '. It makes the code a
    little easier to follow.

     
  • John Davidson
    John Davidson
    2007-08-06

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    Proposed patches are being uploaded for community comment to have XHTML output for default.aspx

     
  • John Davidson
    John Davidson
    2007-08-06

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    Partial fix in build 2.0.0.75 - mainly fixups to include DUCTYPE declaration, html xmlns, lowercase html tags, close html tags as required by XHTML spec, and started work on properly quoting tab attributes.

     
  • Derek Lakin
    Derek Lakin
    2007-08-10

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    Added in build 2.0.0.80:
    New stylesheet and layout.
    Transparent background for emoticon images.
    Added XHTML DOCTYPE to more pages.
    Fixed problem with externally linked JS and CSS files.

     
  • John Davidson
    John Davidson
    2007-08-11

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    Version.aspx fixed in version 2.0.0.84

     
  • John Davidson
    John Davidson
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    LostAndFound.aspx fixed in version 2.0.0.85

     
  • John Davidson
    John Davidson
    2007-08-12

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    WikiEdit.aspx now fully supports XHTML in build 2.0.0.86. Minor fixup of LinkMaker.cs to change '&' -> '&' for XHTML support

     
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