XHTML Articles

SEO Step 3 of Ten: Site Structure
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Welcome to part three in this ten part SEO series. The ten parts of the SEO process we will be covering are:

Convert HTML Tags to Lower-case for XHTML Compliance
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The XHTML definition demands all tags to be lower-cased.

What is DTD?

I have been designing websites since 1996. In the beginning, it was so easy.

Microsoft Word Generates Clean HTML for Blogs?

Awesome. One Microsoft team heard my pleas for clean XHTML. By the way, the new Word 2007 has the ability to post to blogs built in. Joe Friend has been writing about it.

XHTML – Kicking And Screaming Into The Future

XHTML, the standard, was first released back in 2000. Roughly five years later we begin to see major websites revised to use this standard.

Google Drives More Mobile Search Options

Google’s Mobile Team has brought out three new features for mobile handset users of Google’s search engine.

Browser Compatibility

Internet Explorer, created by microsoft has been the most popular web browser for many years. But the gap is shrinking with the release of Mozilla Firefox, by an open source community.

The Importance of HTML / XHTML Validation

In Part One I discussed the Benefits of HTML Validation.

Google Mobile Launches

A Threadwatch reader, Michel emailed me a little earlier to point out that mobile.google.com had apparently, and very quietly launched.

Code Validation & Compliancy – The New Beginning XHTML

Code validation is still widely debated as to whether it is required for performance within the search engines. It is only a guess that the search engines don’t utilise it within their algorithm, but nobody is actually 100% sure on that fact. Tests are performed and results obtained with conflicting information whether code validation is taken into account. What’s new and interesting though, is the overwhelming popularity of XHTML.