[jdom-interest] Finding syntactically-related children and parent
Elements in XHTML
cmantrat at ics.mq.edu.au
Mon May 2 09:50:12 PDT 2005
I think I'll have to resort to that. I was just wondering if any of the
aforementioned components had such schema understanding built-in.
Thanks for your quick response anyway!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rolf Lear [mailto:rlear at algorithmics.com]
> Sent: 03 May 2005 02:40 AM
> To: 'Costas Mantratzis'; jdom-interest at jdom.org
> Subject: RE: [jdom-interest] Finding syntactically-related
> children and parent Elements in XHTML
> Use XHTML and investigate schemas....
> That's what it's all about, those XML Schema things.
> Try http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/
> Also, run your XHTML document through a validating parser.
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> [mailto:jdom-interest-bounces at jdom.org]On Behalf Of Costas Mantratzis
> Sent: Monday, May 02, 2005 11:54 AM
> To: jdom-interest at jdom.org
> Subject: [jdom-interest] Finding syntactically-related children and
> parent Elements in XHTML
> Hello everyone.
> Just picking your brains on something you might have come across while
> playing with JDOM, JTidy or similar components...
> I'm trying to get my algorithm to understand which elements are
> syntactically directly related to their parents in an XHTML structure.
> For example, I want the system to know that all TD and TR elements are
> directly related to their TABLE parent (i.e. they can't exist
> without it)
> where as for example a P element within a TD is not
> "syntactically directly"
> related to its TD or TR or TABLE parents (i.e. a P can be
> found on its own
> within the XHTML document without always requiring TD to be its parent
> I was wondering if such a relation is easily detectable using
> something like
> JDOM, Jtidy etc.?
> I've been experimenting with getDescendants() and
> getChildren() methods but
> both of them return every child or descendant regardless of the direct
> syntactic relation it may have with its parents...
> Just wondering if you've ever come across such an issue or
> can think of a
> possible solution...
> Been busting my head all day to try to find a "clean" way of
> doing this...
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