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Relationship Between HTML and XML

  • HTML and XML share similar syntax (tags using corner brackets, etc.)
  • HTML Describes a particular type of document, while XML can be used to describe any number of document types
  • XHTML is HTML redefined as an XML Document Type

Relationship Between HTML and XML

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:26
    • Lesson Overview
  • HTML 0:44
    • HTML: Properties and Examples
  • XML 3:34
    • XML: Properties and Examples
  • XHTML - HTML with XML Restrictions 4:27
    • XHTML - HTML with XML Restrictions
    • XHTML Example
  • Poor Adoption 6:44
    • Poor Adoption
  • In This Lesson 9:20
    • In This Lesson