Name: [079] Lucas Holland
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Basic structure of an XHTML document [ID:1474] (Free) (1/8)

in series: Just enough XHTML

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In this video, I guide you through the basic structure that you will find in most XHTML documents and give you a scaffolding you can use in your XHTML documents.

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11. Gwen Haberman Sun, 08 Aug 2010 08:16

Hi Lucas - I am just learning to make websites for the first time with your tutorial. I cannot thank you enough for putting these sessions on the web. I look forward to viewing them all!

kind regards,

gwen


10. Bill Shafer Thu, 01 Apr 2010 10:58

Thanks! Easy to follow.


So far the videos are put together very well, and the instructional quality was good, easy to understand and follow.


8. anonymous Thu, 17 Dec 2009 04:55

Superb, Thanks Lucas


7. anonymous Tue, 18 Aug 2009 20:23

These tutorials are a great blessing to me....Thanks for taking the time and sharing with all of us your expertise


6. anonymous Tue, 04 Aug 2009 16:35

awesome videos for begginers


5. anonymous Fri, 12 Jun 2009 19:30

Nice introduction. One thing that I feel would help, though, is a bare-bones explanation of the difference between HTML and XHTML. Perhaps this is covered in later videos in this series, but I feel that something like that would be very useful up front so that viewers can decide whether or not they want to dive deeper, rather than being forced to go deeper to find that information.


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Not playing for me. The second and last ones tested, and worked fine though.


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Very nice breakdown. Exactly right for a first introduction to (x)html.


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