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aman1
12-21-2011, 02:51 AM
can u share the xhtml benefits?



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james521
12-23-2011, 06:42 AM
XHTML (eXtensible HyperText Markup Language) is a markup language written in XML; therefore, it is an XML application. Following are the benefits of XHTML:- 1. XHTML documents are XML conforming. As such, they are readily reviewed, edited and validated with standard XML tools such as the MSXML parser. 2. XHTML documents can be written to operate as well or better that they did before in existing HTML 4-conforming user agents as well as in new, XHTML 1.0 conforming user agents.

arronmattwills
12-10-2013, 11:27 PM
we have used it to create photo galleries and to create sitemaps.
It is secured. You can create shtml files also with this.

alandavid
01-17-2014, 06:13 AM
XHTML (eXtensible HyperText Markup Language) is a markup language written in XML; therefore, it is an XML application. Following are the benefits of XHTML:- 1. XHTML documents are XML conforming. As such, they are readily reviewed, edited and validated with standard XML tools such as the MSXML parser. 2. XHTML documents can be written to operate as well or better that they did before in existing HTML 4-conforming user agents as well as in new, XHTML 1.0 conforming user agents.

Your are right. Thanks for share.

priya
09-26-2014, 01:34 AM
The use of good, structural markup in compliance with the rules of HTML 4.01 is quite a challenge for web developers. The use of markup complying to the rules of XHTML takes this a few steps further still. To help you make a well-considered choice between using HTML and XHTML, a number of advantages and disadvantages of XHTML are discussed below.

Advantages

Sustainability.
Web applications tend towards XML. Using XHTML now instead of HTML makes any future conversion of the website easier.
Extensibility.
Owing to the extensibility of XML, XHTML documents can be supplemented with other forms of markup, MathML (Math Markup Language) SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) or your own markup variants, thanks to the use of namespaces. Browsers that support such applications, however, are few and far between.
Compatibility.
Because XHTML documents are written in compliance with the rules of XML, XML-processing programmes can effortlessly convert an XHTML file to another format (e.g. PDF, RSS or RTF).
Efficiency of processing applications.
Once browsers support XHTML documents and the strict rules of XML, they will become quicker thanks to shorter error processing routines. At present, a great deal of the processing power of a browser is still spent on liberal error processing of documents containing malformed HTML markup. This is the price of a quickly but chaotically expanding Internet.