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Loud Dog Finishes Design, XHTML Programming for XQ:Zone

By on Jul 1, 2004 in Loud Dog Projects

We recently helped Mark Logic, a Bay-Area startup that’s developed an XML-based database solution, design and build a website focused on supporting their growing developer’s community.

XQ:Zone was designed to be a friendly, easy place to visit and navigate, and supports whatever content the editors want to put inside the main body.

Because XQ:Zone is aimed at developers and because it’s about XML, it was very important that the end product be standards-compliant. Not only does it render correctly on every modern browser/OS combination out there – but it is a way for Mark Logic to “walk the talk.”

In addition to designing the site’s look and feel, Loud Dog designed the style sheets and developed the table-less XHTML.

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