Provides students with the basic concepts and how XHTML differs from HTML4. Ex.___
Teaches students the basics of setting up a web page. Ex.___
Helps guide students through the chapters. Ex.___
Helps students develop a structured programming technique to isolate problems, write correct problems faster, and produce easy-to-maintain programs. Ex.___
Helps students clarify the concepts through the concise examples. Ex.___
XHTML by Example explains the differences in syntax between HTML and XHTML, and the concept of 'well-formedness', which is underused in HTML but crucial and required in XHTML. Further coverage includes authoring guidelines for a smooth transition to XHTML, XML DTDs and Schemas, and how they relate to XHTML, how XHTML modularization provides content to non-traditional browsers such as Palm devices, pagers, and cell phones, adding custom XHTML modules to standard XHTML, XHTML document profiling, and plans for XHTML 1.1. The final chapters cover advanced features, including Extended Forms, XHTML Basic, and Profiling content for different types of browsers.
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I. LEARNING XHTML.1. XHTML Fundamentals.
II. XHTML STYLE AND STRUCTURE.10. XHTML as the Bridge to XML.
III. MODULARIZATION.14. XHTML Modularization.
IV. THE FUTURE OF XHTML.17. Subsetting XHTML: XHTML Basic.
V. APPENDIX.A: XHTML Modularization Abstract.