XHTML Markup Languages Data Formats

XHTML (Extensible HyperText Markup Language) is the reformulation of HTML 4 into XML. This allows for a highly extensible and widely supported language.

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W3C HTML Home Page* - The W3C's HTML website, including information about HTML and XHTML.

  • NYPL Styleguide - XHTML 1.0 overview. Includes discussion of accessibility and data formats document data formats validation. Also XHTML authoring tips and tools data formats featuring the data formats use of Dreamweaver.
  • XHTML Reference - An XHTML reference with articles describing HTML-compatibility.
  • XHTML Web Design for Beginners - An introductory article for those with no prior experience of HTML. Covers version 1.0 Transitional.
  • XHTML is the Most Important XML Vocabulary - An article covering possible future outcomes for version data formats 2 xhtml of the standard.
  • XHTML: Where XML and HTML meet - Discussion of XHTML 1.0 and how it improves data formats on the HTML 4.0 standard. Examines the issues data formats involved in the transition between HTML and XHTML. data formats Also explores backwards compatibility to HTML and XHTML data formats modularization.
  • Marking up documents in XHTML - The HTML Writers Guild article, detailing the main differences between xhtml HTML and XHTML.
  • New Architect - Article exploring the issues involved in migrating from markup languages HTML markup languages to XML.
  • XHTML :: How to succeed - Tips and caveats on HTML to XHTML migration for existing markup languages browsers.

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