Hi, I've tried to change my layouts to HTML 4.01 DOCTYPE, but then the page didn't pass w3 validation. Validation fails in the line that corresponds to the following: <%= stylesheet_link_tag "depot", :media => "all" %> This is rendered as <link href="/stylesheets/depot.css?1181336605" media="all" rel="Stylesheet" type="text/css" /> Change the final "/>" to ">" and the page is validated. Are you sure HTML 4.01 is allowed ? How can I make stylesheet_link_tag and other constructs to correctly produce HTML 4.01 output ? It would be really nice if I fully converted my pages to HTML 4.01. Any help ? Thanks,
on 2007-06-10 01:29
on 2008-04-17 06:08
calling back an old one - perhaps better than starting a new thread for an unfinished topic though. so how does one successfully use a HTML 4.01 strict DOCTYPE with rails helpers and hope to validate? i added the following to my application_helper file which seems to do the trick for stylesheets but this is trying a symptom def other_stylesheet_link_tag(*sources) out = stylesheet_link_tag sources out.sub(/\ \/\>$/, '>') end stylesheet_link_tag calls stylesheet_tag which calls tag tag has an open argument to leave tags open, but unfortunately there isn't any way to access it from stylesheet_link_tag. any other suggestions? < http://api.rubyonrails.org/classes/ActionView/Help... > cheers, jean-pierre
on 2008-09-22 15:39
Too funny that I just figured out the same thing. Why is Rails generating this additional character?