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XHTML Coding Rules and Syntax
Coding Rules: XHTML Coding rules and syntax from Devguru. Discusses attributes, events, tags, closed tags, attribute values, attribute minimization, nesting, and XHTML document elements. Examples are given for each of the coding rules.
“Introduction to XHTML”
Tutorial: “Introduction to XHTML,” from W3Schools. Discusses what XHTML is, browser support, why use XHTML, how to get ready for XHTML, nesting elements, closing elements, attributes, root elements, attribute names, attribute values, the id attribute, the lang attribute, mandatory XHTML elements, document type definitions, validating XHTML, modularization, XHTML standard attributes, and events (form element, Window, keyboard and mouse).
“XHTML Introduction”
Tutorial: “XHTML Introduction,” from Discusses sources for online XHTML references, what XHTML is, advantages of using XHTML instead of HTML (such as validation, faster retrieval, and text storage), XHTML versions, and converting HTML to XHTML (code examples are provided).
“An Introduction to XHTML”
Article: “An Introduction to XHTML,” by Dan Wellman. Discusses a brief history of XHTML, why it was invented, what it does, its pre-defined rules, root elements, conforming to the DTD (document type definition), table formatting, and namespaces.
“XHTML—An Introduction”
Article: “XHTML—An Introduction,” by Nick Wilson. Discusses what XHTML is, the XHTML DTDs (strict, transitional and frameset), differences between HTML and XHTML, nested elements, case sensitivity, end tags, attributes, special characteristics, and the id attribute.
“XHTML 2.0: Introduction”
Article: “XHTML 2.0: Introduction,” from the W3C. Discusses what XHTML 2 is, design aims, backward compatibility, presentation elements, linking, differences from XHTML 1, and modules.
“Introduction to Extensible HTML 1.0 (XHTML)”
Tutorial: “Introduction to Extensible HTML 1.0 (XHTML),” by Rizwan Dar. Discusses why use XHTML,  how XHTML affects us, rules of XHTML coding, attribute value pairs, what makes an HTML document an XHTML document, and validation.
“XHTML Web Design for Beginners: Introduction”
Tutorial: “XHTML Web Design for Beginners: Introduction,” from MIS Web Design. Discusses why XHTML?, XHTML building blocks, elements, start tags, end tags, case sensitivity, empty elements, content, nesting, required elements, attributes, marking paragraphs, adding emphasis, adding strong emphasis, defining citations, using quotes, making document changes, and using elements for their intended purposes.
“XHTML: Introduction”
Tutorial: “XHTML: Introduction,” from FreeWebmasterHelp. Discusses what XHTML is, main changes from HTML to XHTML, the DOCTYPE, document formation, lowercase letters, nesting, closing tags, quotation marks, attribute shortening, and the ID attribute.
XHTML overview from Wikipedia. Topics include differences from HTML, adoption, versions of XHTML (including 1.0, 2.0 Draft, XHTML5 draft and other members of the XHTML family), valid XHTML documents, DOCTYPEs, XML namespaces and schemas, XML declaration, common errors, backward compatibility, external links and validation.
“XHTML Explained”
Article: “XHTML Explained,” by Mitchell Harper. Discusses what XHTML is, the benefits of XHTML, how XHTML can be used, closed tags, attributes, the XHTML standard, DTDs, DOCTYPE, and DTD declarations (strict, transitional and frameset). Examples of XHTML documents using the strict, transitional and frameset DTD are provided.
History of XHTML
Article: History of XHTML discusses the standards (XHTML 1.0 and 1.1), specifications (HTML 4.0 Recommendation, XML 1.0 Recommendation, XHTML 1.0 Recommendation and XHTML 1.1 Recommendation), an historical timeline, where HTML came from, when XML emerged, when XHTML emerged, converting HTML documents to XHTML, and why XHTML is important.

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Update :: January 23, 2020