[Matroska-general] ChristianHJW fighting with XHTML, was : [www] r959 - trunk/www.matroska.org/data/news]
steve.lhomme at free.fr
Sat Jun 18 21:46:03 CEST 2005
Christian HJ Wiesner a écrit :
> Steve Lhomme schrieb:
>> Christian HJ Wiesner a écrit :
>>> Other than loading the complete site into it, i could only write the
>>> text i want to add to the page, and copy and paste the XHTML code of
>>> it into the code of the existing page. It seemed this worked somehow
>>> better, at least for a new page i have made as a test ( German
>>> Version of the news, for entries 2005 ) :
>> Well, if you're not too scared, you may edit the pages in
>> BeyondCompare (or any comparison software). This way you'll see what
>> should be edited and what should not. OK, maybe adding content might
>> be tricky if you don't know XHTML. But before commiting you could at
>> least check that the changes/additions you made are OK this way (and
>> even fix them).
> 'The document located at <http://www.matroska.org/news/index.html.de>
> was tentatively found to be Valid. That means it would validate as XHTML
> 1.1 if you updated the source document to match the options used
> (typically this message indicates that you used either the Document Type
> override or the Character Encoding override).'
> I dont understand how 'Beyond Compare' could help me here, but it seems
> the site i created somehow is ok for w3c. Can i enable it now ( it's NOT
> visible for German users still, i checked that ) ?
That's if you want to add content, not just translate what exists. With
BeyondCompare you can check that all the HTML code is preserved around
your text. With the same layout.
You can activate the page, but I'm not sure you know how to make it ;)
You have to edit the SSI code on top of the page and on the other news
pages too. I can do it later today if you want.
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