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Chapter 1. Understanding XHTML 1.0 > XHTML as a Transitional Language

XHTML as a Transitional Language

This book is dedicated to teaching you about XHTML. But it's important to understand that as much as XHTML will help you—now and in the future—the reality is that XHTML is essentially a language of transition.

This transition is important. It puts professional coders in the position of writing standardized, quality code. It puts browser manufacturers on the hot seat and tells them "get your acts together!" It also moves us toward the extensible intelligence of XML and away from the limitations of HTML. And, it helps us accommodate new Web access methods.


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