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Chapter 21. XHTML Modularization > Applying XHTML Modularization

Applying XHTML Modularization

Initially considered a part of a Web authoring tool (Mozquito) to create better Web forms, the Forms Markup Language (XHTML-FML) became the basis for creating very powerful, interactive and dynamic Web applications with just plain markup.

Here's the story: The first working draft of FML actually had nothing to do with XHTML. It was created by Web designers who were tired of the antiquated forms module in HTML. Then the Mozquito people realized that this developing markup language could become a family member of the XHTML standard developing at that time. So they sent their ideas to the Web standards body, the W3C, and asked for some feedback on it.


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