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- From: "Simon St.Laurent" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 09 Nov 1998 09:07:37 -0500
At 07:17 PM 11/9/98 +0530, Ajay Gangwar wrote:
>I need to convert HTML document to well formed XML
>document. Can someone please guide me how to go
>about doing this? Are any utilities available for this?
>- Ajay Gangwar
I'm in the process of converting my site (http://www.simonstl.com) to
well-formed syntax, though still using an HTML vocabulary. I'm keeping
sort of a diary at http://www.simonstl.com/projects/html2xml/ - it lists
some helpful utilities for cleaning up the code, like Dave Raggett's TIDY,
and XML.com's RUWF well-formedness checker.
Unfortunately, no one yet (so far as I know) has created a friendly
one-step legacy HTML->well-formed XML syntax HTML converter. That's a nice
opportunity there for some publicity, if not necessarily $$$...
Of course, if you want to to use non-HTML vocabulary, you're talking about
something much larger than syntax, and I'd recommend investing in a book -
my _XML: A Primer_, John Simpson's _Just XML_, or Elliotte Rusty Harold's
_XML: Extensible Markup Language_ to get started.
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