|Reported by:||oranfry||Owned by:||nobody|
|Priority:||moderate||Milestone:||Greenstone 2 wishlist|
The DOCTYPE claims Greenstones pages to be XHTML Strict, yet when displaying html documents, Greenstone still lets old tags like <font> into the document. Also, Greenstone does not close off tags properly. I haven't investigated where in the code this is supposed to happen or how it works. But, one thing I can tell is not happening is closing off tags per-section, which is necessary for valid XHTML when viewing a section on its own.
- Ensure valid xhtml in imported html documents, both globally and per-section.
- Strip html documents of old tags like <font> and old attributes like 'cellpadding' and 'border'