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Hyper Links and Images
Hyper Links and Images - XHTML 1.0 - Interview Questions What is a hyper link? What is a URL? How to included an image in the middle of a sentence? How to place an image to the right side of a paragraph? What is an image map?
2007-05-12, 4414👍, 0💬

Inline Elements
Inline Elements - XHTML 1.0 - Interview Questions What is an inline element? Is "h1" an inline element? Is "br" an inline element? Is "strong" an inline element? Can you use an inline element inside a "p" element? Can you use an inline element inside a "li" element? Can you use an inline element ins...
2007-05-12, 4384👍, 0💬

Basic Concepts
Basic Concepts - XHTML 1.0 - Interview Questions What is XHTML? How is XHTML related to HTML? How is XHTML related to XML? What are the main advantages of XHTML over HTML? Is an XHTML document an XML document? Is an XML document an XHTML document? Is XHTML going to replace HTML? Is XML going to repl...
2007-05-12, 4708👍, 0💬

What Is PCDATA
What Is PCDATA? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Element Content Syntax PCDATA stands for Parsed Character DATA. Here are some basic rules about PCDATA: PCDATA is a string of characters and XHTML entities. XHTML entities are escape sequences used to refer to special characters that are not so eas...
2007-05-12, 4646👍, 0💬

Block Elements
Block Elements - XHTML 1.0 - Interview Questions What is a block element? Is "h1" a block element? Is "br" a block element? Is "pre" a block element? Can you use a block element inside a "p" element? Can you use a block element inside a "li" element? Can you use a block element inside a "td" element...
2007-05-12, 4478👍, 0💬

XHTML Syntax
XHTML Syntax - XHTML 1.0 - Interview Questions What is the root element of an XHTML document? &lt;root&gt; &lt;xml&gt; &lt;html&gt; &lt;xhtml&gt; What is XHTML tag? What is XHTML element? What is XHTML attribute? How to close an XHTML element? What is an empty XHTML e...
2007-05-12, 4337👍, 0💬

General
General - XHTML 1.0 - Interview Questions Do you use any tools when authoring new XHTML documents? Do you use any tools when converting HTML documents to XHTML? How to validate your XHTML documents? How comfortable are you with writing XHTML entirely by hand? Are you excited about XHTML? What would ...
2007-05-12, 4496👍, 0💬

Table Elements
Table Elements - XHTML 1.0 - Interview Questions Can you place a "table" element inside a "p" element? What is a "tr" element? What is a "td" element? Can you place a "table" element inside a "td" element? Can you add text content into a "tr" element? What is "cellspacing"? What is "cellpadding"? Ho...
2007-05-12, 4412👍, 0💬

What Is a MAP Tag/Element
What Is a MAP Tag/Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Inline Images and Image Maps A "map" element is special inline element that you to define map entries to be used by image maps. Here are some basic rules on "map" elements: "map" elements are inline elements. "map" elements can not hav...
2007-05-12, 4489👍, 0💬

What Is a SCRIPT Tag/Element
What Is a SCRIPT Tag/Element? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding In-line Elements and Tags A "script" element is both an inline element and a block element that you can use to specify a script code to be executed by browsers. Here are basic rules about "script" elements: "script" elements are inl...
2007-05-12, 4360👍, 0💬

What Is a Client-Side Image Map
What Is a Client-Side Image Map? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding Inline Images and Image Maps A client-side image map is an image defined with the "ismap" attribute and the "usemap" attribute. When a client-side image map is clicked in a browser window, the browser will take mouse coordinates ...
2007-05-12, 4422👍, 0💬

What Are Other Inline Elements
What Are Other Inline Elements? - XHTML 1.0 Tutorials - Understanding In-line Elements and Tags Other inline elements that are not covered in this collection: a - Defining an anchor. img - Defining an image. map - Defining a clickable image map. input - Defining an input field in a form. select - De...
2007-05-12, 4329👍, 0💬

How Exactly White Space Characters Are Ignored
How Exactly White Space Characters Are Ignored? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Element Content Syntax White space characters will be processed (ignored) based where they are located: White space characters will be ignored between block elements. White space characters will be preserved in eleme...
2007-05-12, 4441👍, 0💬

Can Two Elements Partially Overlap Each Other
Can Two Elements Partially Overlap Each Other? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Element Content Syntax No, two elements can not partially overlap each other. One element must be completely enclosed inside the other element. See the following two examples: &lt;!-- Valid: "em" is enclosed insid...
2007-05-12, 4468👍, 0💬

How To Enter Comments into XHTML documents
How To Enter Comments into XHTML documents? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Tag and Attribute Syntax If you want to enter comments into an XHTML document, you can use the comment tag: "&lt;!-- ... --&gt;". Here are some good examples of XHTML comments: &lt;!-- Start north banner --&a...
2007-05-12, 5029👍, 0💬

What Is the Sequence of Sub-elements
What Is the Sequence of Sub-elements? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Element Content Syntax The sequence of sub-elements is the order of how each sub-element is placed inside the parent element. For most parent elements, their sub-elements can be placed in any order. But some parent elements re...
2007-05-12, 4440👍, 0💬

What Is a White Space Character
What Is a White Space Character? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Element Content Syntax A white space character is a character that leaves nothing on your screen. There are 4 known white space characters: " " - The space character. "\t" - The tab character. "\n" - The new line character. "\r" - ...
2007-05-12, 4695👍, 0💬

How To Get an Extra White Space
How To Get an Extra White Space? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Element Content Syntax As you know that white space characters will be ignored in elements like "p". So how to get some extra white space to show up in your text paragraphs? On easy solution is to use XHTML entity: "&amp;nbsp;"...
2007-05-12, 4442👍, 0💬

What Is a Required Sub-element
What Is a Required Sub-element? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Element Content Syntax A required sub-element is a sub-element that you must included in the parent element. Most sub-elements are optional. But there are some sub-elements that are required by their parent elements. Here are two go...
2007-05-12, 4441👍, 0💬

What Is an XHTML Element
What Is an XHTML Element? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Tag and Attribute Syntax An XHTML element is the basic building block of an XHTML document. An XHTML element has the following features: An XHTML element must have a name. An XHTML element may have zero or more attributes. An XHTML elemen...
2007-05-12, 4494👍, 0💬

What Is a Sub-element
What Is a Sub-element? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Element Content Syntax A sub-element is an XHTML element that is included inside the content of another XHTML element. The inner element is called the sub-element or child element. The outer element is called the parent element. Together the...
2007-05-12, 4394👍, 0💬

What Is CDATA
What Is CDATA? - XHTML Tutorials - Introduction To Element Content Syntax CDATA stands for Character DATA, which is used to define a section of data that should not go through the XHTML entity translation (parsing) process. In other words, 3 special characters: "&lt;", "&gt;", and "&amp;...
2007-05-12, 4364👍, 0💬

What Is the Relation between XHTML and URL
What Is the Relation between XHTML and URL? - XHTML FAQs - Introduction To XHTML 1.0 URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is a compact string representation of the location for a Web document or other resource that is available on the Internet. The URL of an XHTML document is usually the document file nam...
2007-05-12, 4428👍, 0💬

What Is URI
What Is URI? - XHTML FAQs - Introduction To XHTML 1.0 URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) is a superset of URL. URI provides a simple and extensible means for identifying a resource in a more generic way. For example, the following strings are all valid URIs: ftp://ftp.is.co.za/rfc/rfc1808 .txthttp://...
2007-05-12, 4476👍, 0💬

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