Not that I have come across. The best way to write Valid Xhtml is to take full advantage of layout. Be VERY strict about tabs and things like that. Pretend you are writing XML (Which you essentially are). Dreamweaver has a reasonably good tool, but I would not rely on it.
Another good posibility are the many firefox addons. These are free and often quite good.
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A big thick one, so you can whack yourself on the head with it.
i have to play videos in my aspx pages but i cant find any control for that. So, is there any control to be downloaded in my application to play videos. In html i know how to use media player control but i need to code in C#.
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I have to implement CSS in my C# asp.net web application.
I made a Css class and used it in my aspx form. But formatting is applied only on backgroud of the form. formatting on the web controls like buttons and labels is not applied. Can anyone guide me to solve this problem.
This is Ashok Varma V. S. working with Cibernet, India.
I found you the right person to answer my question.
I have XSD, XML files and want to validate the XML against the XSD and then only proceed with parsing the XML file.
I used XML::SAX::ParserFactory, XML::Validator::Schema modules but following is the issues i faced ...
1. Failed with this reason --- elementFormDefault in <schema> must be 'unqualified', 'qualified' is not supported.
I modified the attribute 'elementFormDefault' value to 'unqualified' and it worked (practically, i should not do this).
2. The module that i am currently using(give below in code snippet) is not supporting <import> tag.
Can any one please suggest me a better module which does the above.
code snippet i used
my $xsd_file = '/Users/vashokvarma/EID/xmlfile/EID.xsd';
my $xml_file = '/Users/vashokvarma/EID/xmlfile/EID.xml';
my $validator = XML::Validator::Schema->new(file => $xsd_file);
my $parser = XML::SAX::ParserFactory->parser(Handler => $validator);