XHTML is stricter and more pure HTML version.
In this tutorial, we will explain to you the difference between HTML and XHTML, but also to show you the site upgrade to XHTML approach.
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XHTML Reference Manual
Our XHTML XHTML Reference Manual is a list of labels in alphabetical order, with which a considerable number of examples and comments.
XHTML 1.0 Reference Manual
Table of contents
- XHTML Introduction
- This section of the XHTML briefly describes and explains the concept of XHTML.
- XHTML - Why?
- This chapter explains why we so need a language such as XHTML.
- Differences between HTML and XHTML
- This chapter explains the main differences between HTML and XHTML at the syntax.
- XHTML syntax
- This chapter describes the basic syntax of XHTML.
- XHTML DTD
- This chapter explains three different XHTML document type definitions.
- XHTML How To
- Explain how the site is converted from HTML to XHTML's.
- XHTML validation
- This chapter explains how to validate XHTML documents.
- XHTML module
- This chapter explains XHTML modularization.
- XHTML summary
- The contents of this chapter include: one that you have learned in this tutorial content summary, and we recommend that you should continue to the next step in learning.
- XHTML Reference Manual
- Our complete "XHTML1.0 Reference Manual" is a XHTML tag list in alphabetical order, in which with a considerable number of examples and comments.
- XHTML 1.0 standard attributes
- All tags have attributes. XHTML1.0 standard properties listed here refers to the core attributes and properties of all language tag (a small number of exceptions), the description of these properties, and a list of possible values for each property.
- XHTML 1.0 Event Properties
- All standard label event properties. These properties are described and a list of possible values for each property.