Date: 05/14/2006 | By ddadmin | Comments: 22
As a webmaster you've undoubtedly noticed the increasing shift in coding practices from HTML to XHTML on the web. If you're a professional web designer, you've probably even heard it first hand from your clients who demand their web pages be
XHTML compliant. I get quite a lot of emails on a monthly basis asking for help in making a webpage that contains a
DHTML script to be XHTML compliant. A common misconception is that this is a difficult process, which can be no further from the truth.
Either code wrappers work.
Where "myscript.js" contains the script itself minus the surrounding SCRIPT tags. Comments within the script tags are still allowed.