I was surprised that it's not in the standard implementation. I think it's the right way to go, but there seems very little interest in it. The definition of the dtd and xsd has to be in the xml! You can avoid pulling from the network, even though the xml files reference url's, by specifying the xsd manually (see some other answers here) or by using an "XML catalog" style resolver.Spring apparently also can intercept the URL requests to serve local files for validations.This will start creating DOM objects as it parses the document - wasteful if you aren't going to use [email protected] - this is an implementation detail of the JAXP implementation.
; if (! $/.test(location.pathname)) else if ($('body')Class('comments-page')) else if ($('body')Class('listing-page')) if (page Type) = JSON.stringify(data); iframe.frameborder = 0; iframe.scrolling = 'no'; = frame_id; = parser.href; iframe.style.border = '0'; iframe.style.height = '100%'; iframe.style.width = '100%'; if (! $ad.width() === 0