Validating xhtml

26-Oct-2019 00:00

It turns out that there's something of a spec for this, at least for North America, called the NANP. The question should probably be specified in a bit more detail to explain the purpose of validating the numbers. You've correctly identified that it's a tricky problem...There are also programs that allow you to view Doc Book files directly, for example Yelp (the GNOME help viewer). The email address comes last and must be enclosed in angle v2.0, February 2003 February 2003 v2.0, v2.0, February 2003: Rewritten for version 2 release. The primary purpose of this feature is to ensure persistence of table of contents links (permalinks): the missing section IDs are generated dynamically by the Java Script TOC generator after the page is loaded.On the other hand, HTML output directly from Ascii Doc is much faster, is easily customized and can be used in situations where there is no suitable Doc Book toolchain (for example, see the Ascii Doc website). If you link to a dynamically generated TOC address the page will load but the browser will ignore the (as yet ungenerated) section ID.

The original problem is trying to handle phone number validation because it was trying to handle all the possible formatting options. Here's a regex for a 7 or 10 digit number, with extensions allowed, delimiters are spaces, dashes, or periods: ^(? Here's what I used for a client project recently, where we had to convert all phone numbers in any format to tel: links.Rather than try to solve all that, take the input and "pre-strip" it of all formatting fluff until you have just the "number". How are extensions (e.g., 111-222-3333 x 44444) going to be handled? So far, it's been working with everything they've thrown at it, but if errors come up, I'll update this answer.Doing this solves 2 problems - testing the result is now easy and you can now ensure that values rendered back out for display can all be formatted consistently. Regex: Here's a wonderful pattern that most closely matched the validation that I needed to achieve.Backend specific attributes are listed in the Backend Attributes section. a first name followed by optional middle and last names followed by an email address in that order. In addition to the document title (level 0), Ascii Doc supports four section levels: 1 (top) to 4 (bottom). Sections are translated using configuration file section markup templates.Most Linux distributions come with conversion tools (collectively called a toolchain) for converting Doc Book files to presentation formats such as Postscript, HTML, PDF, EPUB, DVI, Post Script, La Te X, roff (the native man page format), HTMLHelp, Java Help and text. Multi-word first, middle and last names can be entered using the underscore as a word separator. Ascii Doc generates the following intrinsic attributes specifically for use in section markup templates: If no explicit section ID is specified an ID will be synthesised from the section title.

The original problem is trying to handle phone number validation because it was trying to handle all the possible formatting options. Here's a regex for a 7 or 10 digit number, with extensions allowed, delimiters are spaces, dashes, or periods: ^(? Here's what I used for a client project recently, where we had to convert all phone numbers in any format to tel: links.Rather than try to solve all that, take the input and "pre-strip" it of all formatting fluff until you have just the "number". How are extensions (e.g., 111-222-3333 x 44444) going to be handled? So far, it's been working with everything they've thrown at it, but if errors come up, I'll update this answer.Doing this solves 2 problems - testing the result is now easy and you can now ensure that values rendered back out for display can all be formatted consistently. Regex: Here's a wonderful pattern that most closely matched the validation that I needed to achieve.Backend specific attributes are listed in the Backend Attributes section. a first name followed by optional middle and last names followed by an email address in that order. In addition to the document title (level 0), Ascii Doc supports four section levels: 1 (top) to 4 (bottom). Sections are translated using configuration file section markup templates.Most Linux distributions come with conversion tools (collectively called a toolchain) for converting Doc Book files to presentation formats such as Postscript, HTML, PDF, EPUB, DVI, Post Script, La Te X, roff (the native man page format), HTMLHelp, Java Help and text. Multi-word first, middle and last names can be entered using the underscore as a word separator. Ascii Doc generates the following intrinsic attributes specifically for use in section markup templates: If no explicit section ID is specified an ID will be synthesised from the section title.But Doc Book is a complex language, the markup is difficult to read and even more difficult to write directly — I found I was spending more time typing markup tags, consulting reference manuals and fixing syntax errors, than I was writing the documentation.