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Discussion in '(X)HTML / CSS' started by route66, Jan 21, 2008.

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  1. route66

    route66 New Member

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    Please can someone explain what is the difference between html and xhtml?
    Also which is the best to use in which situation?
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    Kalina TriPHP Contributor

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    T.I.P New Member

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    Xtml is more modern and better. Have more choices :blink:
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    ST-Mike TriPHP Contributor

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    IMO, after reading up on them first of course, you should always choose XHTML out of the two these days!
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    They both are exactly the same, the only difference between them is x, i don't think there is any other difference there.
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    No they are not the same. HTML is more tolerant of errors. For the definitive guide check the standards at W3C.

    The XHTML homepage defines HTML as;
    and XHTML as:
    For new websites I would reccommend using XHTML without a doubt, indeed I always use the STRICT version as opposed to the transitional, this is less tolerant of errors and relies upon good use of CSS.
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