XHTML Reference

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XHTML 5

  1. Introducing XHTML 5
    Now that XHTML 5 has finally been released as a standard, we look at what this means for XHTML with a new series of reference pages to replace the earlier XHTML 1.0 pages below.
  2. The HTML 5 Head Block
    The head block of your XHTML document.
  3. Core Attributes and Tags
    There are now far fewer attributes that you need to use in your page and fewer places where you need to use them. New tags identify the parts of your content.
  4. General Formatting
    The basic XHTML tags to semantically identify your content.
  5. Images and Links
    How to attach images and link from one document to another.
  6. Lists
    Defining ordered lists, bulleted lists, and description lists.
  7. Forms
    Theere are now even more field types that can be used in XHTML forms.
  8. Tables
    Useful for displaying tabular data.
  9. Sound and Motion
    Embedding multimedia files into your document can now be done without a plugin.
  10. Objects
    There is no longer a need for iframes since the object tag a now embed other web pages as well as being able to embed all sorts of other document types via an appropriate plugin.

XHTML 1.0

  1. Defining an HTML Document
    How to define an XHTML document.
  2. Describing your document
    The head block of your XHTML document.
  3. Core Attributes
    Core attributes you can use with many XHTML tags.
  4. General Formatting
    Basic XHTML tags.
  5. Images and Links
    How to attach images and link from one document to another.
  6. Lists
    Defining ordered lists, bulleted lists, and definition lists
  7. Forms
    The many field types that can be used in XHTML forms.
  8. Tables
    Useful for tabulating data.
  9. Sound and Motion
    Embedding multimedia files into your document.
  10. Frames
    XHTML has a separate DTD just for frames.
  11. Stylesheets
    Once you have defined your page content using XHTML you then need to define how it looks.
  12. Compatibility Issues
    Ensuring that your XHTML will work with older as well as newer browsers.
  13. XHTML 1.1
    What has changed in this new version.

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