What is the difference between Xhtml and normal HTML?
My mother has this book about XHTML and I'm wondering what the difference is between XHTML and the normal HTML.
XHTML has an "X" while HTML doesn't! ^_^
I see. And yes I will read my mother's book but also tell her that XHTML is easier. 😁
"X" is pronounced "Ex" (XHTML - 'Ex'tensible html) that's why it's used instead of simple "E"
XHTML has more rules to be followed by markups.in other words it's more strict than HTML. it is for extending html to new tags
read your mother's book, the answer is below your nose I smell a self-learned badge coming up... by the way tell your mother that XHTML is stricter and less flexible.
XHTML stands for Extensible Hiper Text Markup Language while HTML stands for Hiper Text Markup Language With XHTML u can extend the tags of HTML
@seamiki But why is it XHTML instead of EHTML?
Ahh thanks guys!!
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