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8 pages, including introduction, differences from HTML, syntax, DTD, examples, validation, and a quiz. Also, reference pages provide lists of tags and attributes.
5 parts: introduction (including an historical perspective on hypertext); modularity; document specs; code guidelines; design guidelines; appendices with resources. Each part contains subsections.
Short page presenting some introductory guidelines.
Tutorial explaining what XHTML is, describing its benefits, and providing some guidelines for coding.
Short page presenting some introductory rules.
7 sections: introduction; terminology; module construction; DTD construction; module examples; mark-up language examples; usage examples.
5 parts: introduction; XML and XHTML; document type definitions; differences from HTML; and document structure.
8 parts: introduction (including doctype and namespace, as well as the differences from HTML); XHTML Basic; XHTML Basic example; modularization; timelines (a chronology of the HTML and XHTML specifications); questions and answers (frequently asked questions).
3 parts: introduction; tags; attributes. The introduction includes the main changes from HTML, the doctype, and document formation.
5 parts including: page structure; lists; hyperlinks and text formatting; tables; and forms. Suitable for beginners, without prior knowledge of HTML.