Extensible HyperText Markup Language
<hypertext, standard, World-Wide Web> (XHTML) A reformulation of HTML
4.01 in XML. Being XML means that XHTML can be viewed, edited, and validated
with standard XML tools. At the same time, it operates as well as or better than
HTML 4 in existing HTML 4 conforming user agents.
The most important change is that all elements must be terminated, either with a
closing tag or using the <tag.../> shorthand. So, instead of
you would write
<input type="submit" />
The space before the "/" is required by some older browsers. Other
differences are that tag and attribute names should
be lower case and all attributes should be quoted.
Latest version: 1.0 Second Edition 2002-08-01, as of 2004-03-16.
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