XHTML protocol gets thumbs up from Net group

“Traditional HTML — the computer language commonly referred to as the lingua franca of the Web — was officially put out to pasture [recently] w

“Traditional HTML — the computer language commonly referred to as the lingua franca of the Web — was officially put out to pasture [recently] with the introduction of its successor: XHTML. XML, also a W3C recommendation, lets anyone define new Web languages and tag digital documents to make it easier for computers to read and manipulate them. Fortunately for Web markup pioneer HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), XHTML is ‘backwards-compatible’ — meaning that Web developers will not have to rewrite their pages in the new markup language. In addition, most browsers currently in use will be able to read XHTML documents — such as the W3C’s home page — without an upgrade.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
Author:
XPLANE