XHTML, step by step
Get started working with Extensible Hypertext Markup Language. XHTML is a language based on HTML, but expressed in well-formed XML. However, XHTML has more to offer than just regularizing tags and characters -- XHTML can alter the way you approach Web design. This tutorial gives step-by-step instruction for developers familiar with HTML who want to learn how to use XHTML in practical Web sites.
Table of contents
- Introducing XHTML
- Who should take this tutorial?
- About the examples in this tutorial
- Anatomy of an XHTML Web page
- The flavors of XHTML
- The XML declaration
- Document type declarations
- Main elements and namespace
- A complete example
- Understand the ground rules
- Avoid obsolete elements
- Use an end tag for all elements
- Incorrect XHTML
- Correct XHTML
- Use proper form for all attributes
- Use the xml:lang attribute
- Replace common HTML idioms
- Use stylesheets to set font and text details
- Use the XML stylesheet processing instruction
- Use style to align content
- Align content with an internal stylesheet
- Use ins and del to express edited content
- Do not use text/html with XHTML 1.1
- Use the W3C XHTML validator
- Use the XML declaration for character encoding
- Use XSLT to provide standby conversion to HTML
- Embed XHTML in other vocabularies
- XSLT document with embedded XHTML
The context surrounding XHTML
A language is always born in a particular context and it is usually the expression of a need that has been felt at a given moment. XHTML is no exception, and I would even add that we can not understand the value of this markup language without knowing the stakes of its existence.
A markup language
Before going further, you must understand a simple but often forgotten notion, even by insiders. XHTML is a markup language.
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