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Chapter 3. XHTML in the Real World > A Return to Clean Code

A Return to Clean Code

As I discussed in Chapter 1, "Understanding XHTML 1.0," and Chapter 2, "XHTML Foundations," part of the major drive with regards to XHTML is to bring a clean and organized methodology back into the picture of Web development. Years of rapid growth and a demand for bigger, better, faster, cooler Web pages have laid waste to some of the initial integrity of Web markup.

When XML hit the scene, people talked about it being the "HTML Killer." It turned out that they were right, but not necessarily in the sense they originally meant! Although XML has not replaced HTML as a Web markup language at this time, it has significantly changed the way HTML is being viewed in terms of standards.


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