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Myths about XHTML

Myth: XHTML banned presentation elements and introduced CSS Not. XHTML contains the same elements of the sort as that of the HTML 4.01. It is mentioned in the very first paragraph XHTML specification: “The significance of the elements and their attributes are defined in the W3C Recommendation for HTML 4”. From this perspective, the XHTML […]

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XHTML website forms

Using XHTML forms website XHTML – Exteded HyperText Markup Language XHTML is a markup language. XHTML file has extension html or htm. Now, the website uses just XHTML (formerly HTML), which is based on a general standard for exchanging XML data. XHTML describes the importance of content (comparison of HTML and XHTML). But, it is […]

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XHTML document with tags

XHTML creates a document with tags. And that’s important. For example: Normal text <strong> emphasized text </ strong> What I wrote is now XHTML source code. The source code is written in a text editor (or Web page editor) and stored with the extension .html or .htm, such a document is then opened in an […]

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XHTML elements II.

Most of the elements can have attributes, you specify its properties. <Strong title = “hello”> Hello </ strong> Element strong features highlighted text – the browser is usually rendered in bold text. Title attribute typically creates a bubble with a label (which is displayed after moving the mouse). Companies elements Font tags must always be […]

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XHTML Elements and tags

Elements and tags v creates a document with tags. And that’s important. For example: Normal text <strong> emphasized text </ strong> What I wrote is now XHTML source code. The source code is written in a text editor (or Web page editor) and stored with the extension .html or .htm, such a document is then opened […]

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XHTML Gaps and rows

  When you write XHTML code in more than one space, these spaces will be interpreted as one. So if you want to write more spaces can use the registration & nbsp; – It is an entity, a fixed space. If you combine the two words that entity, they will never be separated. Writing more […]

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