Strict XHTML Coding

I’ve decided it is time I make an honest effort towards using strict valid XHTML code. Lately, my code has often been a neapolitan mixture of HTML 4.0, a little CSS, and sometimes XHTML, often on the same page.

Much of the reason I haven’t been consistent with my coding style has been due to the need for rapid deployment, and taking on a wide array of tasks. This gave way to my pragmatic approach of “Just make it work”.

It’s long overdue for me to set more rigorous standards when it comes to the underlying code. Here are some sites I have been using for reference.

w3c XHTML page
XHTML Tutorial

Kyle

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