XHTML: Moving Toward XML (Professional Mindware) 1st Edition

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ISBN-13: 978-0764547096
ISBN-10: 0764547097
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Your Road Map to a Smooth XHTML Transition:

Compare the maximum flexibility of HTML with the maximum structure of XHTML

Explore XHTML Document Type Definitions and style sheet issues

Clean up HTML to make it XHTML compatible -- and overhaul ASP, JSP, and CGI applications that generate HTML

Integrate the Document Object Model with XHTML generation

Use modules to create flexible documents and extend XHTML and XML

See how XML facilitates wireless Web browsing and how Mozquito Factory facilitates the transition to XHTML modularization

Preview the XML-enabled Web of the future -- intelligent agents, machine-to-machine communication, and more

From the Author

XHTML: Moving Toward XML helps Web developers make the transition from 'traditional' HTML to the World Wide Web Consortium's new XHTML. Web developers who have spent years dealing with cross-platform chaos brought on by the 'browser wars' can finally start moving to a single standard, but making use of XHTML requires a significant change in development style as well as patience with a few legacies of HTML.

Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) is the next generation of HTML, destined to replace HTML as the common format for exchanging documents over the Web. XHTML combines the familiar HTML vocabulary with the structures and extensibility of XML, the Extensible Markup Language. By adding a critical layer of predictability to HTML documents, XHTML opens new possibilities in document processing, creation, and storage, and makes possible an orderly approach to adding new functionality to documents built with the HTML vocabulary.

Designed for developers who already have a firm grasp on HTML and Web development, XHTML: Moving Toward XML focuses on the changes between HTML and XHTML, not the basics of Web development. If you're moving from HTML to XHTML, rather than learning XHTML from scratch, this book will provide you with the key information you need rather than basic tutorials on HTML vocabulary.

On the other hand, XML remains a somewhat mysterious topic to many Web developers. XHTML: Moving Toward XML provides a detailed explanation of the impact XML has had on XHTML, without demanding that readers have prior XML experience. By focusing on the core XML technologies used by XHTML, this book gives developers an opportunity to learn about the heart of XML without depending on some of XML's more mystical features.

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  • Publisher : Wiley; 1st edition (August 11, 2000)
  • Language : English
  • Paperback : 456 pages
  • ISBN-10 : 0764547097
  • ISBN-13 : 978-0764547096
  • Item Weight : 14.4 ounces
  • Dimensions : 7.54 x 1.08 x 9.22 inches
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