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eXtensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) combines the strength of HTML with the power of XML, It is designed for Web clients that do not support the full set of XHTML features; for example, Web clients such as mobile phones, PDAs, pagers, and settop boxes. In addition, XHTML provides the framework for future extensions of HTML.
Cascading Style Sheets (otherwise known as CSS) is a simple mechanism for adding style (e.g.fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents.
CSS is formally described in two specifications from W3C: CSS1 and CSS2.
CSS1 was issued in December 1996 and describes a simple formatting model mostly for screen-based presentations. It has around 50 properties (for example color and font-size).
The Drupal (CMS) uses .HTACCESS files to control directory access (unless of course you override/remove them and control your settings with modification to your PHP.INI file). On first install of this site I noticed that uploaded images were not visible in the default installation. The way around this is to use the following piece of .htaccess script in the folder where the images are kept on the server. So upload the following script to the offending folder and the images should become visible. SetHandler Drupal_Security_Do_Not_Remove_See_SA_2006_006 Options None
On setting up new components in the Drupal Administration interface the following error is generated when a content update was carried out within the Drupal 5 Administration interface. The content was however created successfully. Here is the error meesage:
I completed the set up this ‘Drupal-5.3’ site today and it’s starting to take shape. Not much content yet though. Hope you like it reader, though there’s not really much to like as it’s still in it’s default skin etc. Much to do if I get time over the coming months.
DiscussionWelcome to the ‘Wavdesign.com’ Discussion Pages. You may have visited this page from the Wavdesign.com Web Development Website. If you didn’t then you might might like to take a look at http://www.wavdesign.com. This site is set up as a means to discuss web site related issues. Whether you are a web developer, coder, graphic designer or passing surfer you’re welcome to log in and leave a comment or two on any of the issues raised.
Rob.(Web Site Developer at Wavdesign)