Figures from Chapter 2
- Figure 2.1 --
The complete HTML 4.0 "Transitional" DTD. HTML 4.0 defines three
different DTDs, as described in the official specifications document,
- Figure 2.2
( txt ) -- A simple XML
document illustrating the XML declaration, start-tags, end-tags,
empty-element tags and attribute.
- Figure 2.4
( as txt |
as html )
-- The HTML document listed in
Figure 1.1, reworked to
be well-formed XHTML. Note the conversion of all tags to lowercase,
and the added "/" character at the end of the empty link
and img elements.
- Figure 2.5
( as txt ) -- An example XHTML
document containing blocks of mathml and smil
- Figure 2.10
( as txt ) -- A simple
example XML document.
- Figure 2.12
( as txt ) -- The same
document as in Figure 2.10, but with a reference to the
external style sheet style.css (see next).
- Figure 2.12: Style sheet -- The
style sheet referenced by the XML document in Figure 2.12. This
style sheet controls the rendering of this XML document