W3C XHTML Events
XHTML is stricter and more pure HTML version.
To learn how to convert the site to XHTML, read our XHTML tutorial .
Recommended as a W3C, XHTML 1.0 Posted on 2000 January 26.
XHTML 1.0 Revision
As a W3C Recommendation, XHTML 1.0 Second Edition Posted on August 1, 2002. It is not a new version, but an update and bug fixes.
Recommended as a W3C, XHTML 1.1 Posted on May 31, 2001.
XHTML 1.1 Second Edition
Recommended as a W3C, XHTML 1.1 (SE) Posted on November 23, 2010.
About XHTML 1.0
XHTML 1.0 is HTML first major change since 1997, while also providing a very important step towards a more rich web path to a wider user agent, the user agent (Agent), including desktop computers , mobile devices and cell phones.
XHTML is a smoothly migrate from HTML 4.01 XML applications. Reconstruction of the W3C HTML 4.01 XML as a first step, leading to the birth of XHTML 1.0. XHTML 1.0 rely on semantics provided in HTML 4.01 tags.
The next step is to XHTML into smaller modular set of elements, such as XHTML and other markup languages (such as vector graphics and multimedia) binding easier.
Meanwhile, XHTML modularization can also reduce development costs, improve collaboration with other applications (such as databases), and more with a different user agent (browser) to communicate, as well as more pure integration between HTML and different XML standards.
W3C XHTML Events
XHTML 1.0 is to use XML to HTML 4.01 be re-expressed.
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XHTML 1.1 (modular XHTML)
Small devices (such as mobile phones) can not support all the features of XHTML. XHTML 1.1 specification will be divided into a model with limited functionality. Small browser can support the selected model to reduce its complexity (but once a model is selected, it is necessary to support all of its properties).
XHTML 1.1 is a strict language. XHTML 1.1 is not backward compatible with HTML 4.
XHTML Basic is a small subset of XHTML 1.1. It contains only basic XHTML features like text structure, images, basic standard single and basic form. It is designed for small browsers (like in handheld devices).
It is because of the XHTML W3C Document Object Model Level 2 support, event handlers can be attached to the XHTML elements so that parent elements can handle events later on or before the child elements.
To learn more about the DOM, study our DOM tutorial .
XHTML-Print is part of XHTML 1.1 (modular XHTML) of.
Under XHTML-Print is designed for mobile devices and low-cost printers, these devices typically can not print buffer and custom equipment for the printing driving, will print out a page from start to finish.
By XHTML form, users can access a page sheets, add information to the page, and then submit the page to the Web server.
XForms are the successor to HTML forms, provide a more complete and independent interactive Web presentation of business. It is designed for integration with XHTML, we expect that future e-commerce applications will need to need to XForms.
XHTML modular means is set into the XHTML 1.0 provides specific functionality for small models.
XHTML 1.0 is through the use of modular XML DTD (Document Type Definition) to achieve.
XHTML 2.0 is modular by using XML Schemas to achieve.
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To learn more about XML Schemas, please study our XML Schemas tutorial .
XHTML 2.0 is the next generation markup language. Its functionality and is expected to XHTML 1.1 are very similar, but may be changed to comply with XML standards, such as XML Linking and XML Schema.
XLink is to create hyperlinks a language in XML documents. XLink is similar to HTML links - but more strongly support simple links (such as HTML) and extended links (for more resources to be linked together).
You can in our XLink tutorial to learn more about XLink in.
HLink added a capability may be specified in XHTML elements Which elements may represent a hyperlink, and specifies how hyperlinks traverse.
HLink is XLink extension.
W3C HTML Specifications and Timeline
|specification||Draft / proposal||recommend|
|XHTML 1.0||January 26, 2000|
|XHTML 1.0 Rev.||August 1, 2002|
|XHTML 1.1||May 31, 2001|
|XHTML Modules||April 10, 2001|
|XHTML Modules 1.1||October 8, 2008|
|XHTML Basic||December 19, 2000|
|XHTML Basic 1.1||July 29, 2008|
|XHTML Events||October 14, 2003|
|XHTML Print||September 20, 2006|
|XHTML Media Types (SE)||January 16, 2009|
|XHTML 2.0||July 26, 2006|
|XForms 1.0||October 14, 2003|
|XForms 1.0 (Third Edition)||October 29, 2007|
|XForms 1.1||October 20, 2009|
|XLink||June 27, 2001|
|HLink||September 13, 2002|