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What is difference between HTML dhtml and xhtml?


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September 07, 2008 4:59AM

HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the most widely accepted language used to build websites. It is the main structure of a website. It builds tables, creates divisions, gives a heading message (In the title bar of programs), and actually outputs text. XHTML (eXtensive Hyper Text Markup Language) is the same as HTML, except it has a cleaner syntax. XHTML uses the same tags as HTML, so people who know HTML know messy XHTML. New rules apply in XHTML, such as tags always needing to be ended; Tags need to be "Nested" properly, and such. dHTML (Dynamic Hyper Text Markup Language) is not a language, but the art of using HTML, JavaScript, and CSS together to create dynamic things, such as navigation menus.