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Index: X

XHTML: 1.4. XHTML: What It Is
16. XHTML
case sensitivity in style rule elements: 8.2.1. The Basics
deciding to use: 16.4. Should You Use XHTML?
documents in (see XHTML documents)
DTDs: 16.1.1. XHTML Document Type Definitions
HTML vs.: 16.3. HTML Versus XHTML
well-formed documents and: 3.4. Well-Formed Documents and XHTML
XML, using to define: 15.8.4. Standardizing HTML
XHTML documents
content, types of: 2.5. The Flesh on an HTML or XHTML Document
content vs. appearance: 1.5. HTML and XHTML: What They Aren't
creating: 16.2. Creating XHTML Documents
DTDs, declaring: 16.2.1. Declaring Document Types
example document: 16.2.3. A Minimal XHTML Document
ending tags in: 3.3.5. Tags Without Ends
nesting elements in: 16.3.1. Correctly Nested Elements
XML (Extensible Markup Language): 1.4. XHTML: What It Is
15. XML
DTDs: 15.2. Documents and DTDs
as markup metalanguage: 15.1. Languages and Metalanguages
special processing directives: 16.2.1. Declaring Document Types
uses for: 15.8. Using XML
connecting systems: 15.8.3. Connecting Systems
document exchange: 15.8.2. Document Exchange
HTML, standardizing with: 15.8.4. Standardizing HTML
xmlns attribute, defining namespaces with: 16.2.2. Understanding Namespaces
<xmp> tags: 4.7.8. The <xmp> Tag (Obsolete)


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