XHTML is not for Beginners
7th Dec 2005
I wouldn't class myself as a beginner but I still found lots of useful information in Lachy's recent posting regarding differences between XHTML and HTML.
Based on the tags from this post.
IE7 and xhtml
The developers of IE7 have revealed they will not support the application/xml+xhtml mime type but have included functionality that skips the xml pr [...]
send your xhtml as application/xhtml+xml
If you use PHP to serve your web pages, then here is the code snippet to use for determining if a user's browser is xhtml compliant.if ( isset($_SER [...]
the perils of using XHTML properly
good overview of the ins-and-outs of using xhtml at 456 Berea Street [...]
HTML 5 vs. XHTML 2
A brief rundown of what the new specs for html 5 and xhtml 2 have in store. [...]
XHTML is dead?
Tom my Olsson put forward a good arguement and there's plenty of decent responses to give you food for thought. [...]
W3C Working Draft XHTML ™ 2.0
The sixth working draft of XHTML ™ 2.0 has been published. [...]
XHTML 2.0 Working Draft
The eighth public working draft of XHTML 2.0 has been released by the HTML Working GroupXHTML 2.0 is a general purpose markup language without present [...]
XHTML and CSS Slide Show
The future of HTML
Very interesting interview between Vlad Alexander and Ian Hickson on the subject of HTML 5 and Vlad Alexander and Steven Pemberton on the subject of X [...]