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“The XHTML Way”
Article: “The XHTML Way,” by Vlad Alexander. Discusses how to combine HTML 4 with XHTML, a brief history of XHTML, HTML 4, XHTML 1.0, XHTML 1.1, content-managed websites, the new content managers, and future-proofing (maintaining data in XHTML format) data.
“XHTML: The Clean Code Solution”
Article: “XHTML: The Clean Code Solution,” by Peter Wiggin. Discusses XML + HTML = XHTML, differences, attribute values, non-empty elements, nesting, required elements, doctype declarations, strict, transitional, frameset, root elements, processing instructions, using ampersands, and converting HTML to XHTML.
“The Road to XHTML 2.0: MIME Types”
Article: “The Road to XHTML 2.0: MIME Types,” by Mark Pilgrim. Discusses validating XHTML, XHTML media types, what need to be considered before using the application/XHTML+xml MIME type, and accommodating legacy browsers.
“XHTML 2.0: The Latest Trick”
Article: “XHTML 2.0: The Latest Trick,” by Kendall Grant Clark. Discusses the semantic web, navigation lists, Common Attribute Collection (CAC)—that defines the attributes of each element, unordered sections, headings, line breaks, and citing.
“XHTML Syntax”
Article: “XHTML Syntax,” by Vince Barnes. Discusses Document Type Definition (DTD), the use of uppercase and lowercase, closed tags, nesting, attributes, mandatory head and body tags, comments and other rules including the
 tag, forms, the use of the ampersand, CSS and JavaScript.
“Five XHTML Elements You Didn’t Know But Were...”
Article: “Five XHTML Elements You Didn’t Know But Were Afraid to Ask,” by Adam Tibi. Discusses the optgroup (option group) element (that group a set of option elements), the label element (provides captions for form elements), the fieldset element (creates a frame), the label element (an optional element that creates a frame’s title), the colgroup element (a table element), and the acronym element (provides a definition through the title attribute).
“XHTML, from an HTML Starting Point”
Article: “XHTML, from an HTML Starting Point,” by Paul Watson. Discusses changing to XHTML, the differences between HTML and XHTML, the doctype, the xmins (XML NameSpace), tags, lowercase usage, valid structure, using quotation marks, and empty tags. Examples are given of an HTML and an XHTML document.

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