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XHTML: The power of two languages
By Sathyan Munirathinam - 2004-01-09 Page:  1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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XHTML breaks new ground on the Web, giving authors a way to mix and match various XML-based languages and documents on their Web pages. It also provides a framework for nontraditional Web access devices -- from toasters to television sets -- to identify themselves and their capabilities to Web servers, pulling down only information that those devices can display. Thanks to XHTML, you can continue writing in the HTML you've come to know and love. You may just need to clean it up a bit. My guess is that XHTML 2.0 (see Resources) will specifically clean up HTML tags and their usage.

In conclusion, XHTML makes it easy to create documents that can be seen by all kinds of new devices. Additionally, with a little studying, you can create much more powerful pages than ever before. Lastly, XHTML is the bridge to XML -- the future language of the Internet.



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