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Be careful, though, that you aren't just apeing the old FONT element. Ask yourself why you are using a span. To change the color of a word or two? If you are doing that to add emphasis then use the...
You've declared that the ingredients_list element contains parsed character data but no ingredient elements. I think that what you want is:
<!ELEMENT ingredients_list (ingredient *)>
Has anybody had any luck doing that? I'm having variable type issues when I try to open a shapefile.
Something called SGML is the parent of HTML, it defines a grammar but has no vocabulary. HTML is said to be an application of SGML in that it takes that grammar and adds a vocabulary. It is designed...
Tell me about your favorite project to date.
Tell me about your greatest programming failure.
Tell me about your greatest programming success to date.
Please allow me to suggest that you learn to read the DTD. Much better than the trial and error method with The Validator.
So, you are willing to use invalid mark up and don't mind if small...
Probably not. HTML 5 doesn't exist yet but in HTML 4.01 the HEAD cannot contain a NOSCRIPT and a NOSCRIPT must contain a block level element. META is not a block level element.
See http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/struct/objects.html#adef-alt for a bit more.
SPANs and other inline elements cannot contain block level elements like P.
Let's stop darkening counsel with words without knowledge. See http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/#h-4.6 .
The current version of HTML is HTML 4.01 and you should be using HTML 4.01 Strict.
But if you are using XHTML all tags must be closed but you are free to use <br />, <br/> or even <br></br>. Only...
I think that you need to rethink doing this with regular expressions. Better to use DOMDocument or XMLParser. XMLPArser, which parses HTML as well, will be more work but will offer the more elegant...
Completely wrong. HTML is the child of SGML and XHTML is the child of XML. If SGML and XML could be seen as brothers then HTML is the nephew of XML.
On the other hand you are really comparing...
It is properly used to describe the meaning and parts of a document but it is often misused for designing. Presentation is properly controlled by CSS.
I do this all the time. Excel is often the only way that I can get people to send me data. If your server is running on a windows box and it has Microsoft Office installed and i you have some server...
<!--#include virtual="/cgi-bin/example.cgi?argument=value" -->http://httpd.apache.org/docs/current/mod/mod_include.html
If you want to use natsort then you have to use it post processing the query. You can't use it in the query itself. That's perhaps the best way to accomplish what you want but if you want to do all...
My suggestion still stands. Figure out exactly what it is that you want to order by and then use whatever functions that you need to extract it...and then order by the result.
There are several ways, but do think about your request. How would you respond if you customers expected your goods or services without paying? And if they were asking you how to accomplish this?
ORDER BY CONVERT (SUBSTR(title, 6), SIGNED)Or something like that.