- From: "Catherine Milton" <pecan.nospam@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 9 Apr 2006 23:43:28 +0200
"John Bokma" <john@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
"Catherine Milton" <pecan.nospam@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
[ XHTML / HTML]
What is the difference between them,
XHTML shouldn't be used IMO, especially if you don't know what the
advantages (or "advantages") are.
and is there some way I can
create the layer (using id) in html?
I doubt it has anything to do with XHTML v.s. HTML. Can you post a link to
the page with the problem? Sometimes people think they have an 'A'
problem, but really want 'B' :-D.
I haven't created the page, I'm still playing with it. There's a site
called www.csszengarden.com which gives a whole lot of examples of how CSS
can enhance your site, so after playing with their examples I found that
there's a way of layering using id, which will allow me to put my conetent
first, and still have the pictures and links appearing above them. I
couldn't work out how they did it, exactly, so I then found another site
http://www.echoecho.com/css.htm which shows you how to create the layers,
simply put. Actually, very good for the layperson. I took their example
and applied it on my page, but it wouldn't work. I then removed the doctype
from the top of the page, and it worked. As their example didn't show a
doctype I tried to find out what doctype it was, and have found that xhtml
works. Hence the desire to find a way of layering with html.
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