Ken Webb 2011-04-29T20:38:51Z

HTModL 1.0 DTD
adapted from Extensible HTML version 1.0 Transitional DTD
This is not a complete DTD,
but is only intended to highlight what HTModL is about,
and to show the differences between HTML and HTModL.
The only substantive difference between HTML and HTModL is that
in HTModL the div element requires a class attribute.

To validate HTModL:
- Use a copy of a .dtd from where class is #REQUIRED
- Use a domain-specific copy of that DTD that includes all attributes you are using,
  although it's probably not possible to associate class values with a set of other attributes.

<!-- core attributes common to most elements
  id       document-wide unique id
  class    space separated list of classes (#IMPLIED in HTML)
  style    associated style info (irrelevant to HTModL)
  title    advisory title/amplification (irrelevant to HTModL)
<!ENTITY % coreattrs
 "id          ID             #IMPLIED
  class       CDATA          #REQUIRED"

<!--<!ENTITY % attrs "%coreattrs; %i18n; %events;">-->
<!ENTITY % attrs "%coreattrs;">

<!-- %Flow; mixes block and inline and is used for list items etc. -->
<!--<!ENTITY % Flow "(#PCDATA | %block; | form | %inline; | %misc;)*">-->
<!ENTITY % Flow "(div | ANY)*">

<!ELEMENT div %Flow;>  <!-- generic language/style container -->
  <!--ANY attribute is valid in HTModL-->

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