The World Wide Web Consortium has recommended a new programming specification, XHTML 1.0.
The specification is the result of rewriting HTML 4.0 – the markup language behind millions of Web pages – as an Extensible Markup Language application.
Experts say among its advantages, XHTML should broaden the number of devices that can access information off the Web and increase the capabilities of devices that already do, such as personal digital assistants and cellular phones. Web surfers, however, probably won’t notice any difference, since most major browsers are already compatible with XHTML.
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