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W3C buttons on this page are made without images using pure XHTML and cascading style sheets (CSS) that are not properly supported by browsers like Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape Navigator 4.


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The most important issues are:
Only the left (white) half is clickable in Internet Explorer (the whole button is clickable in Mozilla and Opera). Different style is needed for the button with a longer spec name (like XHTML 1.0) and with a shorter one (e.g. CSS). The picture breaks, if a user changes font size.



XHTML Tutorial

To see how this Web Site was converted to XHTML, read out our XHTML tutorial




XHTML Versions

XHTML 1.0

XHTML 1.0 was released as the W3C Recommendation 20. January 2000

XHTML 1.0 Second Edition

XHTML (or HTML, if you prefer it) code is really simple:




About XHTML 1.0

XHTML 1.0 was the first major change to the HTML since 1997, and a very important step on the way to create a standard that will provide richer web pages on a wider range of user agents (browsers), like desktop PCs, mobile (wireless) devices, and cell phones.

XHTML is an XML application with clean migration path from HTML 4.01. W3C's first step was to reformulate HTML 4.01 into XML, resulting in XHTML 1.0. XHTML 1.0 relies on HTML 4.01 for the meanings of HTML tags.

The next step include modularization of XHTML into smaller element collections, to make it easier to combine XHTML with other markup languages like vector graphics and multimedia. 

Modularization of XHTML also gives reduced development cost, improved cooperation with other applications (like databases), easier communication with different user agents (browsers), and cleaner integration between HTML and different XML standards.




W3C XHTML Activities

XHTML 1.0

XHTML 1.0 is a reformulation of the HTML 4.01 in XML.

To learn more about the XHTML visit our XHTML tutorial.




XHTML 1.1 (Modular XHTML)

Small devices (like mobile devices) cannot support all the XHTML functions. XHTML 1.1 divides the specification into the modules with limited functionality. Small browsers can reduce their complexity by supporting only selected modules (but once a module has been chosen, all of its features must to be supported).

XHTML 1.1 is strict language. XHTML 1.1 is not backward compatible with the HTML 4.




XHTML Basic

XHTML Basic is small subset of XHTML 1.1. It contains only basic XHTML feature like text structure, images, basic forms, and basic tables. It is designed for the small browsers (like in handheld devices).




XHTML Events

With the support for the W3C Document Object Model level 2 in XHTML, event handlers can be attached to the XHTML elements so that parent elements can handle events before and after child elements.

To learn more about DOM, study our DOM tutorial




XHTML Print

XHTML-Print is a part of the XHTML 1.1 (Modular XHTML).

XHTML-Print is designed for the mobile devices and low-cost printers that generally print from top to bottom of a page with no printing buffer and without a device specific printer driver.




XForms

With the HTML forms, a user can visit a Web page, add information to the page, and submit the page to a Web server.

XForms are the successors to the HTML forms, providing a much richer and presentation independent way of handling interactive Web transactions. Designed to be integrated with the XHTML, we can expect that future e-commerce applications will demand the use of XForms.

To learn more about the XForms, study our XForms tutorial.




XHTML Modularization

XHTML Modularization is about splitting the XHTML 1.0 into a collection of small modules that provide specific functionality.

Modularization of the XHTML 1.0 is implemented using the XML DTD (Document Type Definition)

Modularization of the XHTML 2.0 will be implemented using XML Schemas.

To learn more about the DTD, visit our DTD tutorial.

To learn more about the XML Schemas, visit our Schema tutorial.




XHTML 2.0

XHTML 2.0 is a next generation markup language. The functionality is expected to remain similar to the XHTML 1.1, but the markup language may be altered to conform to the requirements of the XML standards like XML Linking and XML Schema.




XLink

XLink is a language for creating hyperlinks in the XML documents. XLink is similar to the HTML links - but it is a lot more powerful
XLink supports simple links (like HTML) and extended links (for linking multiple resources together).

You can learn more about XLink in our XLink tutorial.




HLink

HLink adds the ability to specify which attributes of elements represent hyperlinks in the XHTML, and specifies how hyperlinks should be traversed.

HLink is an extension to the XLink.




W3C HTML Specifications and Timeline

Specification Draft /Proposal W3C Recommendation
     
XHTML 1.0   26. Jan 2000
XHTML 1.0 Revision   01. Aug 2002
XHTML 1.1   31. May 2001
XHTML Modules   10. Apr 2001
XHTML Modules 1.1 13. Feb 2006  
XHTML Basic   19. Dec 2000
XHTML Basic 1.1 07. Jun 2006  
XHTML Events   14. Oct 2003
XHTML Print 31. Jan 2006  
XHTML Media Types 01. Aug 2002  
     
XForms 1.0   14. Oct 2003
XForms 1.0 (SE)   14. Mar 2006
XForms 1.1 09. Dec 2005  
     
XHTML 2.0 27. May 2005  
     
XLink   27. Jun 2001
HLink 13. Sep 2002  


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