[jdom-interest] [OT] HTML in XML
eric.vergnaud at wanadoo.fr
Thu Apr 22 03:09:01 PDT 2004
le 22/04/04 11:41, Phil Weighill-Smith à phil.weighill-smith at volantis.com a
> Can you not write XHTML instead?
Believe me, I would if I could. But I'm not the writer. The HTML is written
by end users, stored in my app, and sent to other apps on which I have no
> A common way around browser
> incompatibility between HTML (SGML) and XHTML (XML) is to ensure that
> there is a space before the "/>", e.g. "<br>" is written as "<br />".
> This works in most browsers.
But I also need to support <b>Hello</b>, where both tags must be part of the
Currently I convert the "<" to "<" and ">" to ">". I copied this
method from Adobe's xmp format, but I find it rather heavy, and I don't know
if it's official.
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