XHTML, A Better, Cleaner HTML

Category: HTML
Reviewed by: Chiggins   
Reviewed on: Dec 06 2007
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XHTML, Extensible Hypertext Markup Language is a stricter and cleaner version of HTML, will gradually replace HTML, became a W3C recommendation on January 26th, 2000, and is supported by all new browsers. Many pages along the web have become very, cluttered and messy. Here is an example:

<title>Page Title</TITLE>
<h1>Header 1

What is wrong with this code:

<HTML> tag is capitalized
</TITLE> tag is capitalized
Missing </head> tag
Missing </h1> tag

Although these mistakes may seem trivial, it is sloppy work, and in the future, will be displayed wrong once HTML is fully replaced.