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XHTML I

XHTML I

Since 2000, HTML 4 has a successor, called XHTML I. It has exactly the same elements as HTML 4, but it is written using XML syntax. The XML syntax will make it easier in the future to combine XHTML with other XML-based languages, such as MathML (for mathematical expressions), SVG (for diagrams, maps, and other graphics) and SMIL (for multimedia) into a single format for many different types of documents.

In this book, we used HTML 4 for the examples, but all browsers also accept XHTML I. The syntax differences are small:


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