The Web’s future: XHTML 2.0

“Over the years, HTML has only become bigger, never smaller, because new versions had to maintain backward compatibility. That’s about to change. On 5 Augu

“Over the years, HTML has only become bigger, never smaller, because new versions had to maintain backward compatibility. That’s about to change. On 5 August 2002, the first working draft of XHTML 2.0 was released and the big news is that backward compatibility has been dropped; the language can finally move on. So, what do you as a developer get in return? How about robust forms and events, a better way to look at frames and even hierarchical menus that don’t require massive amounts of JavaScript.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE