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From: Reece Dunn (msclrhd_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-11-20 18:14:39

Cory Nelson wrote:
> You can use tidy to convert your pages to xhtml (warning: it may
> change something you weren't expecting) though it won't magically
> change html-transitional into xhtml-strict - I can help you on that
> one if you want/need, I've got lots of experience with that stuff.

I have applied
    <!DOCTYPE html
       PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
to the HTML page and used it in XML with Mozilla Firefox to ensure it is
XML compliant and used the HTML tidy extension to clean up the remaining
warnings. I have not addressed the accessability issues, though.

The updated version is available at:

NOTE: You may need to remove the code at the end of the file added by

I have also been playing with the new front page CSS. The original
(unmodified) HTML page looks like:
with the revised CSS.

The version available at:
as well as making it XHTML compliant, I have moved the top <h1> element
to after the <body> element, instead of in the <div> elements.


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