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  • XHTML and XForms

    What's the difference between XHTML and XForms?

  • #2
    XHTML and XForms

    XHTML is an application written in XML (as opposed to HTML, which was written in SGML). XForms is a new modal for collecting structured data - again using XML.

    Last edited by sgoodman; 2010-03-19, 02:19 AM. Reason: spelling correction


    • #3
      Actually, XHTML is simply a derivation of XML that's centered on HTML. One chooses to use HTML or XHTML when specifying how a web page is structured.
      XHTML - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

      For XForms, read XForms - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


      • #4

        What's a simple, primary reason you'd use XHTML?


        • #5

          I like it because it forces your documents to be "well-formed" (not have any errors in them).

          You can also take a look at:

          What are the advantages of using XHTML rather than HTML?



          • #6

            Are they both just as easily recognizable by search engines?


            • #7
              Nice resource. I think the momentum towards XHTML is important to keep in consideration.