XHTML Video Tutorial

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I show you how to turn standard HTML into xHTML 1.0 Strict. I show all of the differences between the two and how to be compliant with the W3C rules.

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27 responses to “XHTML Video Tutorial”

  1. Shilpa Bhurguda Avatar

    Thnx Derek banas …u helped me with my IT seminar

  2. Thesurvivour2000 Avatar

    Wouldn't the numbers for rows and columns need quotes around them to be compliant also? ""

  3. karthikrock1 Avatar

    Your videos are awesome. However when you do a certain things there's no explanation whatsoever on why it's done. For example you just type `xml:lang="en" lang="en"` and just say that looks fine and dandy but a very brief explanation on why we need it/what it does would be hugely helpful. Now its just like we're blindly typing something without knowing what it is just cos you said so. Just my opinion. Considering the videos are free its an awesome tutorial though and Thanks for it!

  4. Mithun Kalvala Avatar

    You are awesome, i feel your videos like my treasure that I have in the back and I can use them anytime I want

  5. Cj Vaans Avatar

    Question, does making code for a website from scratch without using frameworks called hardcoding?

  6. Afonso Matos Avatar

    Derek Banas, why would someone use XHTML over normal HTML?

  7. thibeau van doren Avatar

    <BR>blablabla</BR>is this the same in windows 8

  8. Raylan Givens Avatar

    I love the speed of your lessons! I catch on when I'm stimulated (hey, not "Swordfish" style but info speed style.)
    </p></blockquote> or </blockquote></p>? 
    That was confusing bec you contracted yourself.
    BQ was opened first, so should I close /bq first or is "p" surrounding the text only AND NOT to include the BQ tag?
    Target=_blank is non usable in Xhtml.
    But does the link open a new page or default to "self" and override the current page you're on?  Xhtml offers nothing to combat that?  Only CSS code can bypass it?
    Again 10 minutes and I've learned 2 hours worth of classroom stuff & im jonesed to learn more and research more!
    *Jonesed? But "Jonesing" is a dictionary word!

  9. Derek Banas Avatar

    Yes when I cover cross platform tablet apps

  10. Kaustubh Deshmukh Avatar

    any plans of tutorial for new features introduced in HTML5.0?

  11. Derek Banas Avatar

    Thank you 🙂 Everything will always be free as well!

  12. Derek Banas Avatar

    It is very gratifying to be able to help people all over the world 🙂 you should definitely make tutorials. We need more people if we are to reach our goal of providing a free education for all.

  13. Soran Bilbas Avatar

    This sentence in the about section "I make tutorials based on your requests. I will cover any topic you can imagine" and replying to most of the viewer comments shows how selfless you are. Thanks again. I wish I could have done the same if my mother tongue was English.

  14. Derek Banas Avatar

    You're very welcome 🙂 Thank you for the nice message!

  15. Soran Bilbas Avatar

    The free and high quality Computer Science department of Derek Banas…

    Thanks dear Derek.

  16. Derek Banas Avatar

    Yes both are in html5

  17. dragonore2009 Avatar

    So is the aside tag and article tag considered HTML 5?

  18. jerryyy88 Avatar

    Type pastebin(dot)com/d00W7PWj

  19. jerryyy88 Avatar

    Hi Derek! Whenever I validate my code I keep getting this error.
    Here is the full code: /d00W7PWj
    (It's in the first line. For some reason YT does not allow html here)

  20. Derek Banas Avatar

    Thank you, but no I haven't covered it yet. I have been making the worlds largest Java tutorial for a while 🙂

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