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    HTML vs XHTML?

    HTML vs XHTML???

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    Um...Yes...?
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    I think he's talking about the HTML/XHTML Last Man Standing match rumored to take place at WWE Extreme Rules.

    I'm picking HTML based on its experience in PPV matches.
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    There is no difference not only in the number of letters. HTML - it standrtny markup language documents in the World Wide Web, as well HTML is an application SGML (standard generalized markup language). And XHTML in turn - is an extensible markup language, created on the basis of XML. The main difference is that unlike the XHTML HTML syntax uses XML. That is, XHTML requires stricter syntax rules markup than HTML.

    The advantage of XHTML is that XHTML document analysis easier and faster due to the use of strict rules of syntax, XHTML processing is possible even on mobile phones with small resources.

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    XHTML is HTML defined as an XML application, XHTML is almost identical to HTML but it's stricter than HTML.

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    HTML and XHTML are both languages in which web pages are written. HTML is SGML-based while XHTML is XML-based. They are like two sides of the same coin. XHTML was derived from HTML to conform to XML standards. Hence XHTML is strict when compared to HTML and does not allow user to get away with lapses in coding and structure.
    The reason for XHTML to be developed was convoluted browser specific tags. Pages coded in HTML appeared different in different browsers.

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    Remember that XHTML is NOT a different language from HTML, but the next phase in the evolution of HTML. There are only a few differences between HTML and XHTML, but they are very important differences. They may seem minor, but can have a major impact.

    By following the tag rules of XHTML you will create webpages that correctly follow modern web standards and will validate with an HTML validator.

    > XHTML/HTML differences quick list
    > Tags in XHTML must be closed in the proper order
    > Tags in XHTML must be closed
    > Tags (as well as their attributes) in XHTML must be in lowercase
    > Attributes must be quoted
    > XHTML documents can only have one root tag

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    XHTML stands for extensible hypertext markup language, it is almost identical to HTML but it is stricter than XHTML, but it is HTML defined as an XML application.

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    Yeah I really agree with THUYBK that XHTML is HTML characterized as a XML application, XHTML is verging on indistinguishable to HTML however its stricter than HTML.


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