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Within the XHTML section you'll find helpful annotated links to W3C Recommendations, articles, tutorials, tools, and more related to XHTML. You'll also find a listing of recommended books on XHTML.

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Official W3C's main page for markup languages, including jumping off links to all the XHTML information and documentation at W3C.

  • W3C official documentation for XHTML 1.0. Addresses many questions, detailed explanations. Included: 1. What is XHTML?, 2. Definitions, 3. Differences with HTML 4, 4. Compatibility Issues, 5. Future Directions, several Appendices.

  • Direct link to W3's section on HTML elements that won't work in XHTML. This one is especially handy to bookmark!

  • W3's section on handling empty elements, paragraph tags, embedded style sheets, line breaks, ampersands, more. This is another handy one to bookmark.

  • W3C official documentation for XHTML 1.1. Detailed specifications, including the difference with , too.
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    In his witty, upbeat, and engaging style, Jeffrey Zeldman packs in plenty of helpful tips and information all about converting your HTML to XHTML, why, what to watch out for, workarounds, terrific links to other quality resources, and more. [Tutorial dated 02/15/2002 by Jeffrey Zeldman for .]

  • by Peter-Paul Koch for A List Apart. Good discussion explaining what XHTML is, reasons to use it or not use it, an overview of where things are going with HTML, XHTML, XML. Interesting reading. [Article dated 06/23/2000 by Peter-Paul Koch for .]

  • by Simon St.Laurent for A List Apart. Explains XHTML's role very well as a bridge between HTML and XML. [Tutorial dated 02/18/2000 by Simon St.Laurent for .]

  • by Molly Holzschlag, WebReview.com. Another excellent article by Molly that explains the powerfulness and ease of use of XHTML, the misunderstandings and misconceptions about XHTML, what XHTML really is, and its strength in stabilizing documents to make them more interoperable. [01/07/2001 by Molly Holzschlag for .]

  • by Chuck Musciano, WebReview.com. A series on learning XHTML step by step. Written in easy to understand manner. Covers very basics - creating well formed and valid code and highlights, such as quoted attributes, lower case tags, and related. [06/09/2000, by Chuck Musciano, WebReview.com (archived at DDJ).]

  • by Molly Holzschlag, WebReview.com. An excellent overview with examples of HTML, font tags, tables, CSS, the role of XHTML, and the shift of code for presentation rather than formatting. [06/08/2001 by Molly Holzschlag for WebReview.com (archived at DDJ).]
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    XHTML Tutorials

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    Annotated links to W3C XHTML information and more XHTML resources.

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    XHTML Tools - Reference Charts, Utilities, and Plugins

    See also the HTML Web Authoring/HTML Tools section for more tools that include XHTML, including HTML editors, reference charts, validators, and more, so be sure to check there, too.


    By W3皇族电竞竞猜s.com. Chart of all tags and Internet Explorer and Netscape support (or lack of support.) [Chart by w3schools.com]
    XHTML tool for Notetab Pro. Includes all XHTML elements and more to assist with XHTML editing.

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    Recommended Books on XHTML

    Do you have any recommendations, favorite books on XHTML, or do you have thoughts about books already included on this list? Please let us know!

    For more XHTML books, including short reviews, see also Books on CSS, HTML, XHTML, Web Standards, Web Authoring Tools/HTML Editors, DHTML, DOM, JavaScript, Ajax, PHP, Web Site Optimization, XML in our Recommended Books section.

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