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XHTML (Extensible Hypertext Markup Language) is an application of XML. XHTML is different from HTML in a few respects - for example, it doesn't allow for the omission of any tags (all elements must be closed), but it does allow for shorthand notation of empty elements.


Extensible Markup Language - while HTML is about how you display things, XML is how you describe things. XML is the base for EPUB container files, and ONIX files.

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