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2.3. XHTML

When the W3C defined the Extended Markup Language (XML), they also defined XHTML as a more rigorous, XML-compliant version of HTML. XHTML is designed to satisfy XML rules while still remaining legitimate HTML.

For example, although HTML specifies the <p> tag to start a paragraph, and the </p> tag to end it, you can easily omit the </p>, because HTML browsers will generally infer them. However, XHTML requires both <p> and </p> tags for all paragraphs, without exceptions.


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