XHTML

  • pacsunpunk08
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Whats XHTML????, I never heard of it before
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  • UNFLUX
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http://www.google.com
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*lol sorry...

the "x" in XHTML stands for extensible and basically means you can modify it. It's kinda a hybrid between HTML and XML. Check UNFLUX's post for further details. If that doesn't help start with w3 schools
  • SycomCOmp
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Well since Unifluxes favorite reply to alot of subjects is http://www.google.com I'll tell a good place for information to such a subject

Home page
http://www.webopedia.com

this is the def. of xhtml
http://www.webopedia.com/TERM/X/XHTML.html

That's all for now
  • b_heyer
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Since a lot of people don't take enough time on their own to heed UNFLUX's advice and actually go out and search, I will give similar advice.

Go out and search, just because we are here doesn't mean we will do something you should have done in the first place. People like ATNO/TW, sycomCOmp and even UNFLUX will gladly take their time to look around for answers, but you should really ALWAYS consider searching by yourself first, then posting queries you used and how they didn't return any results.

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