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Custom DTD. How?

Posted on 1998-10-29
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hi,

Could you tell me how I go about adding the following in a custom DTD:
onmouseover, onmouseout,
bordercolor, height (in <TABLE>)
border, frameborder, framespacing (in frameset)
<NOBR>
wrap (in forms)

Thanks very much,

B12

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by:ivancho
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DTD stands for Document Type Description and is generaly used by SGML and other parsers to know how to process the document.
Could you explain more precisely what you want to do?
and what does the DTD have to do with all of this?
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by:MasseyM
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You can do it with CSS. No need to use DTD.

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by:cheekycj
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like ivancho said.  Please be a little more specific/precise.

From what it sounds like you might want to use CSS.  Go to any CSS documentation
page or tutorial for help.

CJ
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MasseyM earned 200 total points
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Use CSS .

Check www.w3.org/css/ they have the guidelines there
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by:bernie12
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Sorry I took so long.

I figured out exactly what it is I needed.

Thanks for your help

Bernhard
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