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Naming Conventions

This is by far the biggest stumbling block for newcomers to XHTML. One of the main culprits is that people who come from a UNIX or Macintosh background, or who started using home computers with the release of Windows 95, are accustomed to using long filenames. These naming structures allow you to call a file just about anything you want, with no specific concern as to length, logic, or consistent relationship between a prefix and suffix (also referred to as an extension).

The primary problems with naming are


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