Comment 53 Julien Wajsberg [:julienw] 2016-05-09 00:55:17 PDT (In reply to Yuhong Bao from comment #52) > It would be very simple for them to fix the page to put //have a peek at this web-site
M. The server has NOT > been upgraded. XML was designed to eliminate these extra features and restrict documents to a tight set of rules that are more straight-forward for user agents to implement. Are there any alternatives?
The browser won't understand other XML formats like MathML and SVG that are included in the document, and it won't do the automatic validation that XML parsers do. At a minimum, the actual line and column number where the error was detected will be reported. Your browsing experience may not be as good as with it turned on. I believe that XHTML has many good potential applications, and I hope it continues to thrive as a standard.
Why XHTML? The only added benefit of XHTML is that it's written in XML and shares the benefits XML has over HTML's syntax. The truth is that the HTML compatibility guidelines do not actually provide true compatibility between HTML and XHTML; they merely attempt to minimize the damage of using text/html for XHTML documents, Recently the same problem has surfaced on work computers, so I thought I'd ask about it.
View as application/xhtml+xml Elly Thompson's Weblog Page doesn't load. Comment 43 Karl Dubost :karlcow 2015-11-16 17:46:13 PST Todd, Yes it's unfortunate but we can't really force Google to change things. I see an XML error too on Nightly (09/08). I > wonder if the proxy settings have been fixed in Firefox OS.
Created a blog and my first entry but when trying to "Read the full post" i get the below error message. Even among the few sites that know how to trigger the XML parser, the authors tend to overlook some important issues. Not well-formed. (Note: this page is valid according to the XHTML DTD and XML's SGML-defined syntax, but XML has additional well-formedness rules that this page breaks, observed in the Textpattern and XHTML 1.x already makes no provision for the use of text/html when taking advantage of any XHTML features not present in HTML, and the current draft of XHTML 2 expressly forbids
Please renominate if the functionality is broken. Check This Out This script adds a base element so that relative URLs work properly, but no other modifications are made to the markup. Thanks silver_tich Community Member, 2 Posts 8 December 2011 at 4:35am Its ok, sorted it... The most common problem is a white gap around your page if you have a background on the body, no background on the html element, and any kind of spacing between
HTML is not deprecated and is not being phased out at this time. Comment 52 Yuhong Bao 2016-05-07 17:19:38 PDT It would be very simple for them to fix the page to put //Source Didn't it expand *because* editing and publishing was so easy?
In the case that a user agent claims to support both equally, the site is supposed to use its own preference. Ehsan, 1. I chose normal HTML Gmail version.
Moderators: martimiz, Sean, Ed, biapar, Willr, Ingo, swaiba XML Parsing Error: not well-formed in Blog Module Go to End Reply 5 Posts 3627 Views marc79 Community Member, 65 Posts 7 June If you send it a page that uses XHTML self-closing tags, but force it to parse the page as HTML/SGML like most user agents do for text/html pages, you can see Comment 40 Armen Zambrano [:armenzg] (EDT/UTC-4) 2015-09-03 06:46:16 PDT I signed in and I was prompted if "Do you really want to use HTML Gmail?" (clicking to "take me to latest Comment 48 Karl Dubost :karlcow 2015-11-17 22:25:15 PST Julien, yup.
Comment 23 Karl Dubost :karlcow 2014-09-08 16:00:46 PDT Related to Mike's comment: Bug 941241 Comment 24 Yuhong Bao 2014-11-15 00:23:09 PST Personally, I hope iOS can remove the automatic fallback to Related 1XML Parsing Error: not well-formed0XML Parsing Error: not well-formed3XML Parsing Error: not well-formed4XML Parsing Error: not well-formed2XML Parsing Error: XML declaration not well-formed0twig - render xml content with loops (even The problems go deeper. have a peek here A simple XSL transformation will not be sufficient in most cases, because some semantics won't translate properly.
This site requires you to update your browser. When a web browser sees the text/html content type, regardless of what the doctype says, it automatically assumes that it's dealing with plain old HTML. It may be that the proxy inserts it wherever it sees a link for some internal reason, but that it does so in a non-XML-compatible way. The reason for this particular issue is explained below.
However, XML self-closing tags directly conflict with a little-known and poorly supported HTML/SGML feature: Null End Tags. Steen from comment #7) > The screenshot in comment #5 shows half of the XML parse error.