Le groupe de travail HTML du W3C vient de publier des FAQ HTML et XHTML rédigé à destination des auteurs et des designers de contenu Web. Tout ce que vous voulez savoir sur le passage du HTML au XHTML dans ces diverses versions.

Table des matières

  1. Why is XHTML needed? Isn't HTML good enough?
  2. What are the advantages of using XHTML rather than HTML?
  3. Can I just put the XML declaration on top of existing HTML documents? Can I intermix HTML 4.01 and XHTML documents?
  4. What is the easiest way to convert my HTML documents to XHTML?
  5. Why are browsers so fussy about XML? They were more accepting with HTML.
  6. Why should I care if my document is in correct HTML? It displays all right on my browser.
  7. Where can I go to verify my document uses correct markup?
  8. Why do you say “user agent” everywhere, instead of “browser”?
  9. Why do I have to use these namespace things in XHTML?
  10. Why is it allowed to send XHTML 1.0 documents as text/html?
  11. Which browsers accept the media type application/xhtml+xml?
  12. Does Microsoft Internet Explorer accept the media type application/xhtml+xml?
  13. CSS has a lot of special rules that only apply to HTML. Do these also apply to XHTML?
  14. Does document.write work in XHTML?
  15. Why is it disallowed to send XHTML 1.1 documents as text/html?
  16. Why was the target attribute removed from XHTML 1.1?
  17. What is the use of XHTML Modularization?
  18. Why is XHTML2 needed? Isn't XHTML 1 good enough?
  19. Is <img> being replaced by <object> in XHTML2?
  20. Why doesn't XHTML2 use XLink?
  21. Why isn't XHTML2 backwards compatible?
  22. Why is xml:space set to “preserve” on all elements of XHTML? I don't want to see extra space in my output.
Archive of W3C News in 2004, HTML and XHTML FAQ, and Introduction to XML Events Published, 21 juil. 2004